The Bentley Flying Spur was updated for the 2014 model year to bring it up to speed with Continental GT and the Continental GTC. While changes were somewhat subtle, Bentley claims the updated Flying Spur received at least 600 new parts compared to the previous model. Updates included a new, more upright grille, new jewel-like LED headlamps, a front intake that runs the entire width of the front fascia, new side vents, and a completely refreshed interior. On top of that, the new flying spur was also 110 pounds lighter than the previous model. Now Mulliner has taken the updated Flying Spur and created a special edition model specifically for the Korean Market. Called the GQ Korea Flying Spur, the car offers a number of bespoke features, has a duo-tone finish, and was designed by Korean designer Sang Yup Lee.