The car will be different from the Continental GT in terms of design.

The company’s upcoming Flying Spur, which is due to be launched in 2019, will feature design that doesn’t resemble the Continental GT. This will be the last Bentley the company will launch after which the company will go through a new era of electrification.

The four-door Flying Spur will take on the Rolls-Royce Ghost and Mercedes-Maybach S600. The two cars, however, will be closely related under the skin. The body will follow the themes of the Continental GT but with more distinct surfaces and sharper swage lines. There will be greater visual differences between the Flying Spur and the Continental.

The company will also launch a new range of engines, including V8 and W12 petrol options, and a plug-in hybrid based around a V6 petrol engine.

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