A heavily disguised Bentley Flying Spur was caught on camera while testing in the cold weather conditions of Sweden and was wearing an extra layer of masking panels to conceal its true design.
After running a check on the number-plate, sources believe that this prototype is powered by a 6.0-litre W12 twin-turbo motor. Although, the exact power output of this drivetrain remains a mystery, the new Continental’s 626bhp and Bentayga’s 600bhp power figures could be a good indication of what’s going to be on offer eventually.
Fortunately, the prototype had not stuck black tape on parts of the rear bumper where the sensors were located. So, we found out that the test vehicle was actually a beige coloured car. Reports confirm that although the new Flying Spur will be a step down from the next-generation range-topper Mulsanne and it will be plusher than the VW group’s new Audi A8. At this point, it is unclear as to whether the new Flying Spur will break cover at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. But we will keep you posted, so stay tuned for more information.