The guys at 4Car take the super sedan out for a high-speed cruise and find out how close the Flying Spur is to its GT brother. The Flying Spur uses some new suspension setting to make the ride more comfortable but doesn't match up to the S-Class. The sedan does the 0-60 sprint in 5 seconds and can burn through a tank of gas in almost the same amount of time. The car did provide some annoyances including high wind noise and allowing water to drip onto passengers who use the rear doors in the rain. Oops. We guess money can't buy dry legs.
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