Bentley Bentayga and Mulsanne Mulliner models in Geneva
Bentley showcased at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show two of its Mulliner models which add extra luxury to the already luxurious Bentley models. The models in question are the current flagship Bentleys, the Mulsanne sedan and the Bentayga SUV. Both the models will be available in very limited numbers, to add exclusivity to the equation.
The Bentayga will feature dual colour exteriors which gets features like chrome grills up front and 22-inch 7-spoke alloy wheels. The poem of opulence is better recited by the interior though. The Bentayga Mulliner offers customers the choice to choose from 7 different shades for the front and rear seats. The Mulliner exclusively comes with Ombré Burr Walnut Veneer wood trim. If these are not enough, a solid gold Breitling watch with a dedicated winding mechanism can also be plonked into the dash.The bottle cooler at the rear will give the passengers an option to have a drink or two while they fiddle with the six levels of mood lighting inside the cabin. And if coming back to a hot parked vehicle is not what you like, the Parking Heater will keep the vehicle temperature at that exact temperature you love to be in.
The Mulsanne Mullinner follows the same trend but it takes the luxury game a bit further with gold or silver details on the exterior. The run of this Hallmark Series by Mulliner will be limited to 50 cars all of which will bear a gold or silver Bentley “Flying B” badge that can be retracted. The car can be had with either single tone or dual tone finish and with a set of 21-inch polished wheels. It offers two different front grills to choose from as well.
The interior of the Mulliner Mulsanne speaks tons about luxury. Contrasting hides for the seats can be had with either gold or silver embroidery and this trend is followed by the inlay strips on all the door panels.
Both the cars will be powered by their stock powertrains. The Bentayga will feature the 6.0-litre W12 that dish out 600 hp and 900 Nm of torque. This power takes care of the 0 -100 kph sprint in 4.2 seconds. The Mulsanne will be powered by the twin-turbo 6.8-litre V8 that can be had in two different states of tune depending on the model opted for. This engine outputs 505 hp or 530 hp depending on the model.
We can expect a few to show up in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar or other GCC countries.
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