If you’ve been wishing for Bentley to make a more powerful version of its Flying Spur, good news. The British carmaker has lifted the veils off of the new Flying Spur W12 S, which comes with several improvements to make it the first four-door Bentley to surpass the 200 mph (322 km/h) mark.

To achieve that, Bentley tinkered with the 6.0 litre twin-turbo W12 engine, and “through precise calibration and tuning,” increased the engine’s output to 626 hp and 820 Nm. That is 10 hp and 20 Nm more than the non-S version of the Flying Spur

All that newfound power is directed to both the front and rear wheels, with a 40:60 rear-biased torque split for what Bentley says is a “sure-footed, engaging drive in all road and weather conditions.” The end result is a top speed to 325 km/h (202 mph), while the 0-60 mph (0-96 km/h) sprint is done in 4.2 seconds, a tenth faster than the standard car.

Finishing touches include a seven-spoke 21-inch alloy wheels (optional five-spoke 21-inch), as well as a new ‘W 12 S’ badge located on the D-pillar so the masses are aware that your Bentley is capable of exceeding 200 mph.

Aside from the additional grunt, Bentley has also implemented specific damper and stability control calibrations, as part of new suspension tune. Bentley says this helps to maintain the vehicle’s refined ride for those who wish to be chauffeured, as well as those who choose to drive. Optional carbon ceramic brakes are also available, if additional stopping power is required.

Visually, the Flying Spur W 12 S only receives subtle revisions like gloss black body accents and black tinting on the headlamp and tail light clusters. The front radiator grille also features the same gloss black finish from the Flying Spur V8 S, including the Beluga rear diffuser and the side mirror caps.

Inside, you’ll find a new Sport Plus three-spoke steering wheel, knurled gearshift paddles, along with the ‘W12 S’ emblem embroidered on the headrest. Elsewhere, there is a unique black engine-spin finish to the fascia and waistrails (available in satin carbon-fibre as well) and ‘W 12 S’ treadplates front and rear.