Bentley offers for sale five rare copies of the Mulsanne Grand Limousine by Mulliner, which have never been used since 2015.
The Crewe firm offers its customers an opportunity to acquire five copies of the Bentley Mulsanne Grand Limousine , an exclusive achievement by Mulliner , the brand’s personalization division. The models were handcrafted in 2015 and then delivered to their customer in the UAE, but for reasons not disclosed, they were never used or registered.
These are therefore five new “used cars” that are put back on sale by Bentley, to the delight of its wealthy customers looking for an exceptional luxury limousine: based on the Bentley Mulsanne (which no. ‘is no longer marketed to date, in favor of the Flying Spur ), the Grand Limousine by Mulliner has undergone a lengthening of one meter , as well as a roof raised by 79 mm, which benefits the headroom at the ‘back. It is the longest model ever made by Bentley .
Bentley Mulsanne Grand Limousine by Mulliner: an iconic model
The five models are offered in unique bi-color liveries , associating blue “Moroccan Blue” with a gray roof “Silver Frost”, black “Black Crystal” with a black roof “Damson”, red “Candy Red” with a black “Onyx” roof, beige “Light Gazelle” with a red roof “Rubino Red”, or even an all-black “Black Sapphire” livery, completed by unique 21-inch rims to match. The interior combines leather upholstery with noble wood veneers.
Inside, up to four passengers can be accommodated in the rear, facing each other in a particularly luxurious, aviation-inspired cabin. Many amenities are on offer, such as an essential champagne refrigerator with its crystal flutes, folding tables, docking and charging stations for iPad, or even dials displaying British and local time, as well as than the outside temperature.
Thanks to an air conditioning system produced by Mulliner specifically for the model, each of the four occupants can benefit from a tailor-made temperature, while an electrochromic glazing makes it possible to hide the rear passenger compartment of the driver’s cell at will, with which it is possible to communicate through an intercom system.
Under the hood, we find a 6.75-liter twin-turbo V8, developing 512 horsepower and 1,020 Nm of torque , associated with a chassis and a suspension system reworked by Bentley for this elongated model. No price has been announced by the British firm, but for potential customers, orders are already open.