The Flying Spur W12 S will be the new flagship for the Flying Spur lineup, which rests between the Continental GT coupe and the range-topping Mulsanne.

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Power output is pegged at 626 horsepower and 605 pound-feet of torque, bumps of 10 hp and 15 lb-ft over the standard W12 model, respectively.

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It's also the first four-door Bentley to break a 200-mph top speed (it's 202).

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The car is outfitted with all manner of black exterior accents to give it a more menacing look.

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The interior is equally dark and mysterious, but handing Bentley a pile of money will get you an interior in whatever color you like.

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There's no official price, but it's fair to say that it's probably a tad more expensive than the standard W12, which starts at about $225,000.

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Deliveries begin later this year.

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