There’s a revised front fascia with a more upright grille, the taillights are now positioned horizontally, the door handles have been lowered and the mirrors restyled. The roofline has also been smoothed out, which coupled with a more sculpted body makes for a sportier silhouette. The interior is typically lush, with the appointment of high-quality materials and a new infotainment system. Like the Continental GT and GTC, the Flying Spur will likely be offered with a 500-horsepower twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 and 625hp 6.0-liter W12. Look out for the full skinny tomorrow and the car’s live debut at the Geneva Motor Show early next month.