Only 19 Bentley Grand Convertibles By Mulliner will be built. This bespoke beast for billionaires is based on the Mulsanne Speed, packing the same 6.75-liter twin-turbo V8. That 530 horsepower and 811 lb-ft of torque is put to luxurious good use in this huge convertible. All for just around a very frugal $3.5 million…
Have you ever wanted to own your own Bentley Mulsanne and/or a piece of South Carolina Interstate 26? This auction is for you.
Let me tell you what the absolute worst thing in the entire world is: sitting the backseat of your Bentley Mulsanne or Flying Spur and not having any booze. I’m happy to report that Bentley has astutely spotted the problem and solved it with three new booze cooler options.
This is a 53,000 megapixel photo of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. It’s also a promotional photo for the Bentley Mulsanne.
Not content to let custom body shops on the wrong side of town to get all the good business, Bentley is making its own limo.
Bentley has completely redesigned its Mulsanne flagship for 2017, and it’s amazing what a wider grill and slightly smaller headlamps did to the car that looked kind of goofy since 2010.
People buy cars like the Rolls-Royce Phantom, the Mercedes Maybach and the Bentley Mulsanne to be chauffeured around while enjoying all the luxury the rear seats can provide to the fullest. Yet Bentley felt it was time to make a car for the chauffeur.
I work from home. My home is a small apartment in San Francisco in a building that's been around since 1917, and my "office" is a butt's-width section of a used Ikea sofa I bought off Craigslist a few years back. I recently had the opportunity to spend a workday rolling around town in a brand new Bentley Mulsanne…
For those who think that the standard Mulsanne's 6.75-liter twin-turbocharged V8 needs way too many revs to get going, Bentley launched the Speed version with 530 hp and 811 lb ft of torque, turning it into a 190 mph super saloon. A turbodiesel Sierra 2500 HD only has 765 lb-ft.
Ever wondered how much power the Bentley Mulsanne has on tap? Here you go. It's enough to absolutely consume its rear tires.
We thought, "where would you least expect to see a $359,885 Bentley Mulsanne?" So we drove it to a motocross track in Riverside, California.
The Bentley Mulsanne is the reigning king of the ultimate luxo-barges, at least until Rolls-Royce decides to replace the Phantom. Part of being the king is being exclusive, and how can you ensure you keep your crown? That's right – you make it exclusiver.
Dr. Orlove already proved that the Bentley Mulsanne is good at burnouts. I had to see for myself though, so I scheduled some time with the car in order to review it. It's a fairly standard review... but yeah, I still had to make sure it does burnouts.
Step 1: Find a Bentley. Step 2: Find a professional driver. Step 3: Get Bentley's USA operations on the phone and get them to approve of you roasting tires in a $410,000 Mulsanne. Sounds easy, right?
Put down your champagne and think of a way to tell your butler the bad news: There will not be a Bentley Mulsanne Convertible in your garage anytime soon.
Stay tuned for the full story here. In the meantime, go like this post by Hoonigan. Because Bentley Burnout.
There's a new version of the Bentley Mulsanne that costs no less than $2.55 million. How come you've never heard about it?
Online configurators can not only be great timewasters, but give us a glimpse of how desperate a brand can be for its customers. Why else would Bentley let you stamp obscenities on the door sill of a Mulsanne?
Bentley hasn't confirmed it, but a return of the Bentley Turbo R could be two years away. The Mulsanne-based coupe would get a 600-hp version of the top Bentley's 6.75-liter V8. That, and about an acre of polished Burr oak.