While more common automobiles receive refreshes and restyles on a regular and ongoing basis, life at the other end of the automotive food chain brings with it a certain degree of tradition, and tradition doesn’t require regular updates.
Take the 2013 Bentley Continental Flying Spur for example. It’s largely unchanged from its last redesign, which was seven years ago, yet it remains no less desirable today than it was at launch. Perhaps you can attribute that to the Bentley name, or the car’s timeless styling cues (high roofline, upright fenders, iconic grille), or even its plush, opulent and rewarding interior. In every regard, the Bentley typifies success, and we all know that you don’t trifle with success.
Bentley automobiles must meet certain expectations for performance, and the 2013 Continental Flying Spur doesn’t disappoint. Power comes from a 6.0-liter, twin-turbo W-12 engine, rated at 552 horsepower and 479 pound-feet of torque and mated...
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