The Continental GT and GTS Speed get a 10 horsepower bump to 626. A special GT3-R version with no back seats has a 572 horsepower version of the 4.0 V8 in the plebeian base Continental GT. It is only available in glacier white with special green accents. It has a rear spoiler which looks like it was liberated from a tricked out 1996 Dodge Intrepid on a used car lot in Chalmette, Louisiana. Its "kerb" weight is only 4839 pounds, making it the lightest Continental.
Refreshed for 2014, the Flying Spur now offers an entry-level V8 model with 500 horsepower; W12 models make do with 616. A Wi-Fi hotspot is now standard, and a new touch screen remote allows rear seat passengers to control all of the infotainment options.