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Facelift and extra power for Flying Spur

Bentley has refined its Continental Flying Spur and introduced a new model, the Continental Flying Spur Speed.

The facelift for 2009 features a new grille and bolder lower air intake at the front and a more aggressive look for the rear bumper.

New features include adaptive cruise control and a high-end Naim sound system.

The Flying Spur Speed packs a 600bhp engine, making it the most powerful four-door Bentley ever.

It will hit 200mph and reach 62mph in 4.5 seconds.

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