Updated:01/16/2020 01: 37h
Bentley has announced a final edition version of its flagship Mulsanne, the incomparable luxury limousine. Mulliner's exquisite Mulsanne 6.75 Edition will be limited to only 30 unique models, which represents a proper farewell for a masterpiece of British automotive engineering and craftsmanship. The car is inspired by – and takes its name from the legendary 6¾ liter engine, which this year celebrates its 60th year in continuous production.
With the Mulsanne completing production once the thirty cars of the 6.75 Edition are built, the new Flying Spur will become Bentley's flagship model, as the pinnacle of Bentley's exquisite range of luxury cars. With the Flying Spur to receive a hybrid powertrain for 2023, the movement symbolizes Bentley's commitment to change and its journey to define the future of luxury sustainable mobility. The world's most requested luxury car brand has already taken its first step in the road to electrification with the launch of the Bentayga Hybrid, the first luxury plug-in hybrid in the luxury SUV sector and the most efficient Bentley in history.
The production of the Mulsanne will end in the spring of 2020 and will be truly unique with 530 hp and 1100 Nm, which makes it the most luxurious driver-centered sedan ultra luxury sedan ever created. The subtle references to the 6-liter V8 are evident throughout the car: the internal "organ stop" ventilation controls are replaced by designs covered by miniature versions of the engine oil cap; A unique motif of Edition 6.75 is sewn on the seats and recreated on chrome plaques for the exterior and the engine compartment. The LED welcome lamps will project the same logo; as well as the faces of the clock and the smaller meters will have schematic diagrams of the motor itself.
On the exterior of the car, the bright shiny black will accentuate the individual customer's paint choice, but with headlights and taillights wrapped in shiny chrome. The treatments with dark dyes for the mascot of the Flying B bonnet, the Mulliner Serenity radiator grille and the exhaust finishes provide definition in the front of the car, while the 21 ”five-spoke Mulsanne Speed wheel will have an exclusive finish Bright machining with shiny black pockets.
Under the hood, the engine intake manifold will be finished in black instead of the traditional silver, and the engine number plate, traditionally signed by the craftsman who built the engine, will be signed by the president and chief executive officer of Bentley, Adrian Hallmark.
The great number of unique features Continue inside the cabin. Offered in four single-tone skins: Imperial Blue, Beluga, Fireglow and Newmarket Tan, a custom color division then adds silver accents through the cabin through the seat pipe, the accent is hidden around the center console, deep stack countertops and accent color through perforated skin to the seats and door inserts.
The center console console, together with the console of the rear cabin, will be finished in silver painted sheet, with a single metal commemorative plaque installed in the front console. The fascias and railings will be finished in high gloss Grand Black, and the latter also features inserts in Dark Engine Spin Aluminum.