Last time we saw the 2014 Bentley Continental Flying Spur out testing, our only questions about the new car regarded its rear-end styling, and when the car would debut. Well now we know for certain that the car will be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show, and we're also getting a better idea of what the car will look like thanks to Bentley releasing a brief teaser video.

The easiest-to-spot detail that we see in this Flying Spur video is the car's horizontal taillights – the first such on a Bentley since the 1990s. We can also see that this hyper-luxury sedan will get a more squared-off front end than its Continental GT counterpart. But, from what we can tell, it will receive a similarly laid out interior, including the three-spoke steering wheel.

Scroll down to watch the video, and we've also attached the single-sentence press release in which Bentley promises to reveal more details about the car on February 20.


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THE NEW BENTLEY FLYING SPUR IS COMING

(Crewe, 4th February 2013) Redefining the standards of the luxury performance sedan, the new Bentley Flying Spur is coming. Further details will be released on 20th February 2013.


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      express2day
      • 1 Year Ago
      Is the new Flying Spur still going to be based on the Volkswagen Phaeton platform?
      Eta Carinae
      • 1 Year Ago
      i dont like how the rear end tapers up like that.........cant wait to see the new Gt though......
      vripper
      • 1 Year Ago
      Looks more like the Flying Blur in that pic above. These teasers are getting annoying.
        Groagun
        • 1 Year Ago
        @vripper
        You are exactly right. Why people vote you down is beyond me.
      SCOTTM
      • 1 Year Ago
      Does a "Flying Spur" fly higher than a Raptor?
      untitledfolder
      • 1 Year Ago
      Who is supposed to see these ads and care? Is there a millionaire out there that sees them and thinks, "welp, that was an excellent advertisement. I will buy this car at once!" Their audience must be at least in the dozens. Dozens!
        jessesrq
        • 1 Year Ago
        @untitledfolder
        Part of the appeal for any luxury good is the ability to inspire envy. So for the buyer to feel special, those that cannot afford his car still need to know what it is so they can envy him when they see it. This is called brand cachet and no luxury brand survives without investing in it.
      ferps
      • 1 Year Ago
      Is this car still on the same platform as the coupe? The design details look very different.
      • 1 Year Ago
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