2) Bentley Flying Spur
Bentley took their Continental GT coupe, added two more doors and unveiled the Flying Spur. In doing so they also created one of the most luxurious and powerful sedans ever. Although Bentley has started using mass production techniques for mechanical components, a significant part of the car’s interior is still hand crafted and takes as many as 130 hours to finish.
However, the Flying Spur is not all beauty and finesse. Its 6.0 litre twin turbocharged W12 engine produces a sizable amount of torque and gives the car a top speed of 199 mph. The Flying Spur has a 40:60 rear-biased torque split which helps with understeer and makes the car very agile for its weight. An all-wheel drive system automatically manages the power distribution between the front and rear axles. It automatically sends more power to wheels with the most traction.
An even higher-end model of the car is the Flying Spur W12 S which is sleeker, sportier and even a bit more powerful.