Bentley Motors reveals special edition of Mulsanne

May 23 2014, 11:52 IST
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The handmade models are built by company’s Mulliner division in Crewe town of Chesire county, England. (CarDekho) The handmade models are built by company’s Mulliner division in Crewe town of Chesire county, England. (CarDekho)
SummaryBentley uses special materials and design to build these types of cars.

the British flag. While rest of the comfort features include four-zone air-conditioner, multimedia touch screen with Bluetooth, Ipod and Mp3 connectivity enhanced by 14 speakers, satellite navigation, Hard Disc storage and other luxury features that usually come in this saloon.

Under the hood, the new Mulsanne 95 special edition car sports the same 6.8L V8 engine with twin turbo charging yielding a monstrous power of 505bhp and 1020Nm of peak torque. The power is transmitted to the rear wheels via a 8-speed automatic transmission. Despite being a luxury saloon, the racing potential is still there. The car rushes to 100kmph from standstill in just 5.3 seconds of time reaching the top speed of 296kmph.

The major disappointment for the Mulsanne lovers is that only 15 units of these special editions will be supplied through company’s 22 outlets in the country and exclusively reserved for customers in UK only.

In India, Bentley Mulsanne was launched in the year 2010and offers the same cocoon of comfort, awesomeness in design and exquisite riding experience. The car is obtainable in wide range of total 625 exterior colors with all the other attributes. Currently, it is priced at a whopping INR 2.69 crores (ex-showroom, New Delhi). Bentley also offers Continental and Flying Spur models in India.

Bentley Mulsanne has always been preferred by die hard collectors and has become one of the most successful releases from Bentley especially in the European and American markets. Its crowning glory, besides the powerful engine, is the luxurious and handcrafted interiors with tons of customization options that make it a worthwhile luxury car in the world.

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