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Dubai is one of the few countries where expensive cars are the norm, many of which are specially modified as well. And this just in: Bentley has debuted the new Grand Convertible by Mulliner in Dubai without much fanfare. The said model is housed in Bentley’s largest showroom, and it currently sits beside other members of the family like the Mulsanne, one standard version with another one having the extended wheelbase. Crewe’s latest project may sound familiar to others, and this is because it has already made its debut in November 2014 at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
But don’t get me wrong, the one from 2014 was a concept, which was based on the Mulsanne version, minus the roof. On the other hand, the two-tone example that’s sitting in Dubai right now is a production model that started out in life as a Mulsanne Speed before losing its roof, which was also shortened by a few centimeters - 10cm (3.9 inches) to be exact. Its body has been finished with a predominant Moroccan Blue paint, contrasted with a Frosted Silver finish up front, on the hood. This surrounds the imposing grille as well as the windscreen frame.
But that’s not what the production model boasts of. Apart from the stylish body, it has a large piece of wood applied onto the rear deck like that of the concept we saw in 2014. Shmee says that this must be the largest piece of wood that has been installed on a car ever, and this particular one even comes with metallic fins.Read the entire article $3.5 million Bentley Grand Convertible by Mulliner makes its debut in Dubai
What is the worst thing that could happen to your car? Well, probably if it gets burned down into ashes, because that’s equivalent to throwing away a huge amount of money, as nothing will be left of it. The next worst thing is probably having a huge piece of metal stab through your car just like that in scenes of a Final Destination movie.
My next question is, are you thinking of getting yourself a Bentley Mulsanne? Well, if you are, there is actually a 2011 model that is currently up for grabs. But it is unlike any other Mulsanne that you have seen out there, because it comes with a special accessory.
We actually don’t want to imagine what happened to this particular car and if there were any casualties. But it seems like it had hit the guardrail, real hard.Read the entire article Bidding starts at $13,100 for impaled 2011 Bentley Mulsanne
Bentley Mulsanne is Mansory's latest project to date, and it looks much more stylish compared to some of the last ones they have tuned.
The ultra luxurious Mulsanne has been given just the right amount of facelift with additional carbon fiber details from the front bumper lip spoiler, and fog lamps surround. More carbon has been added in the form of side skirts, boot lid spoiler, and rear bumper diffuser.
What completes the new look of the limo would be the huge set of 22-inch forged wheels hugged by 285/35Z ultra-high performance tires on the front and rear axles. The hot wheels were of course, recommended by Mansory.Read the entire article Mansory gives the 2017 Bentley Mulsanne an array of impressive power and style upgrades
Having a blacked-out Bentley Mulsanne Speed is already menacing by itself but by naming it as the Bamford X, it became all the more imposing. This model was made by the brand’s very own bespoke department Mulliner, and was developed specifically for JCB heir and watch customizer George Bamford.
In terms of dimensions alone, the Bamford X is showing that it is not something you play around with. Overall length stands at 5,575 mm (219.5 in.) with total width of 1,926 mm (75.8 in.) and height at 1,521 mm (59.9 in.).
Looking at the exterior, the Bamford X follows a black-on-black theme, which is the signature of many of the Bamford Watch Department’s customized timepieces. For the bodywork, the brand made sure to give it that Beluga black finish. Much like the color scheme, this color is similar to what Bamford gets during the different processes like Graphite Particle Coating and Military Grade Titanium Coating.Read the entire article Blacked-out Bamford X Bentley Mulsanne Speed is truly impressive
The English Royal Fleet is composed of two Bentleys, three Rolls-Royces and three Daimlers plus a few Volkswagen “people carriers”. It’s no wonder why luxury car manufacturers Bentley and Rolls-Royce are given the bragging rights and claim that they can make any of its owners feel like one of England’s royalties. Equipped to be safe and efficient and painted in Royal claret livery, these cars are used for the royal family’s public engagements and some ceremonial functions.
The Royal fleet actually has two recent Bentley State Cars. The first of the two was given during the Queen’s Golden Jubilee in 2002. These cars were uniquely designed to have a monocoque construction to be able to maximize the vehicle’s interior space. Compared to the usual Bentley, the Royal Bentleys are nearly a meter longer (at least 6.22 meters long). It is also designed with rear doors that are hinged at the back so that The Queen can stand up straight before heading out.
And for full visibility of the royal family, the Bentleys are designed with a removable exterior roof covering. However, just recently, it has been reported that Her Royal Majesty is getting rid of one of her Bentleys – the newest one in the fleet, the Bentley Mulsanne.Read the entire article The Queen's Bentley Mulsanne for sale as she expects the new Bentayga
Bentley has unveiled at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show the Mulsanne Grand Limousine by Mulliner. Longer (by around 1 meter) and taller (by around 79 mm) than the Bentley Mulsanne, the Mulsanne Grand Limousine by Mulliner is a representation of ultimate exclusivity, comfort, luxury, refinement and craftsmanship.
To match its augmented dimensions, the Mulsanne Grand Limousine by Mulliner comes with a fully engineered powertrain and transmission as well as a re-engineered chassis and suspension.
All Bentley vehicles are special, and Mulliner could even make them more extraordinary as it works to fulfill the requirements of the marque’s most discerning customers.Read the entire article Mulsanne Grand Limousine by Mulliner unwrapped by Bentley at Geneva Motor Show
Bentley Motors recently announced the full details of the new Mulsanne, the brand’s most exclusive car which represents Bentley’s pinnacle in car luxury. The company did not hold back in the creation of the Mulsanne, its flagship.
From its creation in Crewe, England, the Mulsanne is painstakingly handcrafted by the most skilled artisans, eventually creating a masterpiece – a testament to Bentley’s heritage. This would be the first time for the Mulsanne to be available in three models: the Mulsanne, Mulsanne Speed and Mulsanne Extended Wheelbase.
All three luxury cars are treated with the same level of unsurpassed craftsmanship and attention to detail that is a trademark of Bentley. However, each has unique abilities and attributes and is geared for a specific set of customer needs. For example, what sets the Mulsanne Extended Wheelbase apart is its lavish attention for the rear-seat occupant.Read the entire article Facelifted 2017 Bentley Mulsanne will be offered in three model types
To commemorate the Bentley Speed Six’s conquest of the “Blue Train” in 1930, Bentley Motors is releasing a Mulliner Limited Edition -- the Mulsanne Speed ‘Blue Train.’ This limited edition will have its debut at the Techno-Classica show in Essen, Germany.
According to Richard Charlesworth, Head of the Bentley Heritage Collection, the Blue Train, as one of the most famous and celebrated cars in the world, “perfectly embodies” the Bentleys’ racing spirit. The 1930 Blue Train race was won by three-time Le Mans conqueror Woolf Barnato, thereby capturing the public’s imagination and sparking the legend of the Bentley Boys.
He etched the Speed Six into automotive history by whacking the Calais-Mediterranée Express. Bentley’s bespoke coach building division, Mulliner, is hand-crafting just four examples of the Mulsanne Speed ‘Blue Train’ – making the commemoration much more special.Read the entire article Bentley launches Mulsanne Speed Blue Train to commemorate 1930 legend
Bentley revealed the first sketches with the convertible version of the Mulsanne back in 2012 but in 2013, company’s new CEO Wolfgang Schreiber axed the project. Still, the man who wanted the convertible version of the Mulsanne a.k.a. Wolfgang Duerheimer is back at Bentley and we knew that the vehicle was back on track.
Today, Bentley unveiled the Grand Convertible Concept, a vehicle that previews the production version of the Mulsanne Convertible. Set to make its world debut at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show, the new Grand Convertible arrives in a splendid Sequin Blue finish, complemented by the silver ‘liquid metal’ bonnet and windscreen frame.
The interior looks pretty impressive and it features 14 naturally tanned leather hides merged with progressive-diamond quilting. In addition, the interior features Sequin Blue thread which is cross-stitched by hand, contrasted by Beluga leather around the top of the doors and extending to the rear tonneau, framed in polished chrome.Read the entire article 2014 LA Auto Show Preview: Bentley Grand Convertible is the open-top Mulsanne we’ve been waiting for
Bentley brought the most powerful version of its flagship sedan, the Mulsanne Speed at the 2014 Paris Motor Show. The new vehicle arrived powered by the 6.75-liter twin-turbo V8 engine that generates 537 hp (395 kW) and 1,100 Nm (811 lb-ft) of torque. For those who don’t know, the 2015 Mulsanne Speed hits 100 km/h (62 mph) in 4.9 seconds (0-60 mph in 4.8 seconds), while top speed is 190 mph or 305 km/h.
Thanks to the recalibrated gearbox optimized for the higher wave of torque, the new Mulsanne Speed shows improved fuel efficiency and according to Bentley its range is extended by 50 miles or 80 km.
In addition, the gearbox offers a new ‘S’ mode, which gives the driver more control and maintains engine speed above 2,000 rpm. Meanwhile, CO2 emissions dropped 13 percent to 342 g/km.Read the entire article 2015 Bentley Mulsanne Speed says bonjour at the 2014 Paris Motor Show [Live Photos]
We first talked about the 2015 Bentley Mulsanne Speed back in July but today, the British manufacturer unveiled its new flagship and announced that we will see it next month at the 2014 Paris Motor Show. The new model uses the 6.75-liter twin-turbo V8 engine that produces 537 hp (395 kW) and 1,100 Nm (811 lb-ft) of torque.
As a result, it accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 4.9 seconds (0-60 mph) in 4.8 seconds, while top speed is 190 mph or 305 km/h. Despite the impressive performances, the new Mulsanne Speed shows also improved efficiency which translates into a range extended by 50 miles or 80 km/h. The model is more fuel efficient thanks to a recalibrated gearbox that was optimized for the higher wave of torque.
The gearbox offers a new ‘S’ mode that gives the driver more control and maintains engine speed above 2,000 rpm. CO2 emissions also dropped by 13 percent to 342 g/km. Due to the power increase, a more driver-focused Sport suspension mode is included, while the Bentley and Comfort suspension models offer a comfort-focused and fully compliant chassis setup.Read the entire article 2015 Bentley Mulsanne Speed introduced prior to Paris Motor Show
Back in 2012, Bentley released the first sketches with the Mulsanne Convertible, but in September 2013 company’s CEO Wolfgang Schreiber told the reporters that they will not produce such a vehicle due to the lack of demand. Now, Bentley has a new CEO, Wolfgang Duerheimer, and the Mulsanne Convertible is back on track.
The convertible version of the Bentley Mulsanne was in fact a project started by Wolfgang Duerheimer but after his departure from Bentley in 2012, Schreiber killed the project. Now that Duerheimer is back he was a bit irritated when he found out that now work has been done on the project but said last weekend at the 2014 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance that the engineers are working again on the convertible.
The Mulsanne Convertible will be a successor to the iconic Bentley Azure. We expect the open top version of the Mulsanne to use the same engine as the sedan, which means it will be powered by the 6.75-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine that produces 505 bhp (377 kW) at 4,200 rpm and staggering 1,020 Nm (752 lb-ft) of torque.Read the entire article Bentley Mulsanne Convertible is in the works again, CEO Wolfgang Duerheimer says
Earlier this month we told you that Bentley will unveil a high-performance version of the Mulsanne in October, at the 2014 Paris Motor Show. Same sources confirmed today that the high-performance version of the flagship sedan will get the Speed badge, just like Continental GT models.
The upcoming Bentley Mulsanne Speed will keep its 6.75-liter twin-turbo V8 engine that will be boosted from 505 bhp to 550 bhp.
As a result, the new vehicle will be capable to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in under 5 seconds, while top speed will be around 200 mph or 320 km/h. Due to the power increase, Bentley will update the steering and chassis.Read the entire article Bentley Mulsanne Speed will be introduced at 2014 Paris Motor Show
It appears that Bentley’s halo model will receive a high-performance version and this new version could make its debut at the 2014 Paris Motor Show, Bentley boss Wolfgang Durheimer said to Auto Express that we will see Mulsanne developments at motor shows in 2014.
Bentley introduced last weekend at the 2014 Goodwood Festival of Speed the Continental GT3-R and due to the positive feedback received, company insiders said that the manufacturer gain confidence and will offer more high-performance models.
The current Bentley Mulsanne is powered by a 6.75-liter twin-turbo V8 engine that generates 505 bhp and 752 lb-ft of torque, bolted to an eight-speed automatic transmission.Read the entire article Bentley to unveil a high-performance version of the Mulsanne at 2014 Paris Motor Show
In order to celebrate its 95th anniversary in the UK, Bentley unveiled the ‘Mulsanne 95’, a special edition of its flagship sedan. If we already caught your attention, you have to know that Bentley will only build 15 examples of this special edition, each hand crafted by Bentley’s Mulliner division in Crewe and reserved only for customers in the United Kingdom.
As you can see from the photos, Bentley will offer three bespoke colours: Britannia Blue, Empire Red and Oxford White. These colours are complemented by some exterior design accents unique to Mulsanne 95, such as the dark tint finish given to the iconic Flying B bonnet mascot and the striking 21-inch five-spoke wheels.
Inside, the special edition models come with luxurious wood veneers and leather, as well as illuminated treadplates featuring a bespoke ‘Ninety Five’ lettering and union flag. In addition, the ’91 emblem’ was embroidered onto the front and rear seats.Read the entire article Bentley celebrates 95th anniversary with Mulsanne 95 Special Edition
When we thought we’ve seen all the cars and will not be surprised, Bentley unveiled today the Mulsanne Hybrid Concept, its first plug-in hybrid model. What’s more interesting is that the new Hybrid Concept also previews a dedicated version of the al-new SUV available in 2017. How about that, a hybrid SUV from Bentley.
Set to make its workd debut at the Beijing International Automotive Exhibition on Sunday 20thApril, the new Bentley Hybrid Concept leads the way in bringing new powertrain choice to the luxury automotive sector. Bentley didn’t give us any details regarding the powertrain, but we can see from the images that the vehicle uses the same 6752cc twin-turbocharged V8 engine that delivers 505 bhp on the standard Mulsanne.
However, using an electric motor that generates 126 bhp, the total output of the hybrid system is expected to be around 631 bhp. Despite the power increase, CO2 emissions are reduced by up to 70 percent, without any compromise to the exquisite luxury, timeless design and industry-leading refinement for which Bentley has become renowned.Read the entire article Bentley Mulsanne Hybrid Concept debuts prior to Auto China 2014
Due to the lack of demand, the Bentley Mulsanne convertible concept privately displayed at last year’s Pebble Beach concours won’t be produced, Bentley CEO Wolfgang Schreiber told Car and Driver at the Frankfurt Auto Show. Initially, Bentley had wanted to push forward with the model. Schreiber now confirms that this car won’t be built as there’s only a regional demand for it.
He explained that while it’s likely that the Mulsanne convertible will succeed in the U.S. and in some areas in Europe, he doesn’t think that it will make a good business case as the demand won’t be enough. In 2012, Bentley sold 1,169 Mulsannes.
That’s why it won’t make sense to spend a lot of money for its engineering and sell just a couple hundred units annually. Bentley currently has a project to develop the upcoming SUV and as this entails a huge amount of funding, it’s not possible to finance another project. The SUV is expected to attract more sales than a convertible Mulsanne so it was an easy choice.Read the entire article Bentley will not produce the Mulsanne Convertible due to lack of demand
For those who don’t know, this year’s the Le Mans 24 Hours endurance race celebrates its 90th anniversary and in order to mark this event, Bentley has just announced two new limited editions based on the Mulsanne and Continental models. Available only in the United States, each model is inspired by a driver from Bentley’s six victories at the legendary Le Mans 24 Hours race.
Bentley won the first Le Mans 24 Hours endurance race in 1924, while from 1927 to 1930 it dominated the event and took victory on four consecutive occasions. Another victory was achieved in 2003, when Bentley took the first and second victory with Guy Smith piloting the first of the two Speed 8’s across the finish line.
In order to celebrate its victories, Bentley will build 48 examples of each ‘Le Mans Limited Edition’ model and as expected, each will have a unique Le Mans Edition numbered badge, Le Mans Edition clock face, embroidered Le Mans badge to each headrest, tread plates with the limited edition name, unique Le Mans Edition wheels and specific interior veneers and exterior colours.Read the entire article Bentley announces Le Mans Edition Mulsanne and Continental models
Bentley will be presenting an updated Mulsanne at the Geneva Motor Show. The model has been subjected to modest revisions. It comes with three new exterior colors namely: Dark Cashmere, Portofino and Damson. Three new hides will be available for the cabin: Damson, Saffron and Brunel.
It also gets new storage compartments where smartphones or other personal electric devices could be fitted. Customers may order a new Comfort Specification that offers comfort headrests, foot rests and "duck down filled loose cushions for the rear passengers. Meanwhile, the Entertainment Specification features 8-inch LCD displays, a DVD player, a 20 GB hard drive and a Naim audio system.
Furthermore, the package includes rear picnic tables that designed specifically to grasp an iPad and a wireless keyboard. By pressing one button, the rear windows can be blocked off by the power-operated privacy curtains. A WiFi router (with a dedicated antenna to boost the signal) is optional. It also comes with a bespoke luggage set that is comprised of two large cases, two small cases and two foldable garment bags.Read the entire article 2013 Geneva Motor Show Preview: Bentley upgrades the Mulsanne
If the Bentley Mulsanne Convertible is approved for production later this year, it will be priced at higher than £275,000. Bentley’s outgoing chief Wolfgang Dürheimer referred to this model as “a pinnacle car” for Bentley. However, sources say that even if it gets the go signal right now, it will take almost two years before it begins production, says Autocar.
At the recent Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, a mock-up of the cabrio was shown to determine how customers thought about its interior and exterior finishes and new materials as part of the ongoing development process. It’s possible that its interior will be made more distinct from that of the Mulsanne saloon. Sources said that the cabrio will utilize the saloon’s one-of-a-kind platform, with a wheelbase decreased by around 150mm.
It will still be long between the wheels at 3.1m, permitting a spacious rear cabin. The windscreen of the convertible will also be marginally lower. However, it’s believed to have the same front-end styling as the saloon and will be unique from the A-pillars rearwards.Read the entire article Bentley Mulsanne Convertible will cost more than than £275,000
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