Bentley Mulsanne takes it names from the Mulsanne Corner in the Le Mans racecourse and it's Bentley's tribute to winning six of 24 Hours of Le Mans (the
oldest active sport car race). Exterior characteristics like its trademark radiator grille, sleep window frames, well-curved fenders and Flying B mascot
help the car stand out. The standard Bentley Mulsanne houses Burr Walnut wood inserts on its central console, roof console and read console. The space in
the cabin is enormous.
Under the bonnet, there is a 6.8-litre petrol engine that has a displacement capacity of 6752cc and produces 505 bhp and a torque of 1020 Nm. This is
paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission gearbox with an electronic shift interface.
The interiors have a 4-zone automatic air conditioning system that regulates the temperature. All seats are electronically adjustable. The car also has a
rain sensing windscreen wipers and sentinal headlamp function. Anti-lock braking system together with electronic brake force distribution and hydraulic
brake assist ensure a safe driving experience. Air bags, vehicle immobilizer, impact protection beams and crumple zones keep the passengers safe.
In the same price range, Bentley Mulsanne is able to stack up quite well with Rolls Royce Ghost and even beats its city mileage offered.
There is only one Petrol variant of this car.
1. Bentley Mulsanne