The Bentley Mulsanne is ready to leave the throne of “top of the range” the Flying Spur: in fact, the English House has decided that in the spring 2020 will stop officially the production of the Mulsanne. To honor the many years of activity of this model, it has been presented the 6.75 Edition, a special display dedicated to the sun 30 units. You are curious to know how it looks like? Look at the photos and read below.
The end of a myth
The Mulsanne 6.75 Edition is enriched by numerous special details, let’s start from the outside: the setting of the headlights is chrome plated, while the front grille and exhausts are coloured darker. To the side, stand the large wheels 21″ with a special finish that is a mix of grey and glossy black, and it was placed a label with the name of the set-up 6.75. Under the confano is this the legendary V8 engine, 6¾-litre, in production for 60 years: 530 BHP and 1100 Nm of torque. Do you think that the engineers have painted the block black (instead of the usual grey) and the license plate number of the engine, traditionally the custom from the name of the craftsman who built the engine, it will be signed by the chairman and ceo of Bentley, Adrian Hallmark. Inside the doors, the Bentley offers four leather single-tone (Blue, imperial, Beluga, Fireglow Newmarket and Tan), and on the central console there is a plaque.
We still don’t know how much will be the starting price of this exclusive final edition: in the meantime, the English House, we anticipated that the more modern Flying Spur will also be available in a hybrid version starting from 2023.