There are only a few days left until the start of the Geneva Motor Show and car manufacturers from all over the world are releasing mode details about the cars which they’ll showcase at the fabled show. Bentley is one of them, revealing some specifications of their latest child, the Bentley Mulsanne Mulliner.
The vehicle packs a few defining characteristics like the Flying “B” Wing vents, Diamond Quilted leather upholstery and 21-inch alloy wheels. Its suspension and steering are presumably sports-tuned and driver-selectable, features quite intriguing. This is due to the fact that a sports-tuned suspension generally means a rough, stiff ride, aimed for supercars – this is not something that we would predict of a Mulsanne.
The car gets powered by the standard 6.75-liter V8 motor that develops 505 HP and 377 kW at 4,200 RPM and 1,020 Nm / 752 lbs of torque at 1,750 RPM. The huge car is able to accelerate from naught to 62 mph (100 km/h) in approximately 5.3 seconds and reaches a top speed of 184 mph (296 km/h). An additional feature of this roaring beast is the Sport mode of its Drive Dynamics Control system, enhancing grip and control with reportedly no effect on ride comfort.
The interiors sport leather upholstery on every item, while the dashboard features parts made of rare wood essences. If these aren’t enough, note that even the seatbelt can come in 23 different colors. No details have been released by Bentley regarding Mulsanne Mulliner’s price, but we’re expecting more information to be made public at the Geneva Motor Show.