Yesterday was a big day for luxury car brand Bentley, which unveiled the fastest sedan in its line of Flying Spur sedans.
Guys, meet the new W12 S, an automobile described by the company as an “entry level” car that can reach a top speed of an incredible 202 miles per hour—which has never been achieved by the British company before.
With an upgraded 626 horsepower engine, the W12 is made for performance, which is sure to blow the socks off of anyone close to this thing driving around on the streets.
The company touts that the new Spur can hit 60 miles per hour in just 4.2 seconds, meaning there are few cars around that will win in a drag race—if you’re into that sort of thing.
Per Business Insider, here’s what Bentley chairman and CEO Wolfgang Durheimer said about his company’s new ride”
“The Flying Spur W12 S is the ultimate luxury performance sedan. It combines sharper dynamics and an increase in power from our renowned W12 engine with a more assertive exterior and interior design for customers looking for a Flying Spur with extra attitude.”
With deliveries expected to begin at the end of this year, there’s no price tag on the Flying Spur W12 S, but with an upgraded suspension, and all-wheel-drive system designed for maximum power and 626 horses pulling it, one can assume this baby isn’t going to come cheap.