There’s a lot of fun stuff on the new Flying Spur, but most of it is optional. The only big toy which is standard is the touch-screen remote controller, a beautiful, heavy piece of kit. Nestled in a holder in a console between the rear seats, you touch the arrow on the screen to eject it from its cradle, and use it to control all the comfort functions like the audio, ventilation, apps and so on.
Also standard is the large front touchscreen
, Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth and Wifi and 10-speaker audio system.
The rotating display in the front dash is an option - controlled by a little button labelled “screen”, it rotates between the digital touchscreen, three analogue dials and a blank fascia for a total digital detox. Mood lighting, rear-seat entertainment screens, adaptive cruise control, leather headliner and a Bang and Olufsen audio system are all options (upgrade all the way to Naim if you can for a truly awesome audio experience).