Almost everything about luxury cars has changed over the past 11 years. We can't argue with the quality or technology that VW has infused into Bentley, and it was honorable to leave the Mulsanne and its dedicated coachbuilders alone. The Mulsanne has nothing in common with any other Bentley. The chassis, suspension, safety features, and electronics have been updated as far as possible, so there is no logical way to bring the old Lady into the modern era.
Bentley Mulsanne Speed Specs, Price, Photos & Review
The 6.75-liter V8 sat between frame rails that were thicker and stronger than railroad track. Every part of the car was made by hand, then assembled in a delicate fashion. This allows every Mulsanne to offer quality and luxury in even the smallest details. It was the perfect nemesis for the Rolls-Royce Phantom's 7th generation, who we bid farewell in 2017. All good things must come to an end, so the final car is a Mulsanne Speed 6.75 Edition by Mulliner.
Finished in Rose Gold over Tungsten, it was ordered by a collector in the U.S. It will arrive with 530 horsepower and 811 lb-ft of torque, along with several custom features from the Mulliner depertment. Like all greats, the Mulsanne has gone out at the top of its game, with a legacy of over 7,300 cars to its credit. Collectors are scrambling to get their hands on the final examples, so click the link below before they are gone forever.