A dizzying set of standard equipment can be topped with extravagant options. The 2010 Flying Spur comes with automatic four-zone climate control; power closing for the doors; multi-adjustable power seats with a massaging function; a navigation system and audio system that have unfortunately complex secondary controls driven through an LCD screen. Edmunds reports that the standard equipment includes four-zone climate control, heated rear seats with massage, 19-inch wheels, and an adjustable air suspension. ConsumerGuide added that the 2010 Flying Spur tacks on navigation, cellphone connectivity, and heated front seats.
Bentley offers adaptive cruise control as an option, along with a Naim 1,000-watt audio system that hasn't impressed editors as much as its price tag shocks them, though Road " Track calls it the Spur's "coolest" option and admires its "crisp, clear, amazing" sound. And some features need updating; Edmunds takes exception to the "outdated infotainment interface" that makes the navigation system particularly difficult to, er, navigate.
Personalization is the key to making the Spur distinctive-and terribly expensive, too.