The Bentley Flying Spur is an old-school five-seater sports car which fuses a finely trimmed grandfather interior with a high-performance chassis and drivetrain. The Mercedes S600 looks no different to a dressed up S300, but its sophisticated specification reads like a summary of The Technology Bible. The Rolls-Royce Ghost S2 combines the presence of a self-conscious status symbol with the dynamic talents of a properly engineered plaything. One thing they all have in common: synchronologically suicidal fuel gauges, proving once again that weight, drag and a heavy right foot are the arch-enemies of efficiency.
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