Farewell To The Bentley Mulsanne
The new Mulsanne debuted at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show and received a plethora of upgrades. The entire front-end of the car was completely redesigned and gave it its iconic look that we know today. In 2020, Bentley announced the final production car, the ‘6.75 Edition by Mulliner’ signifying the end of Mulsanne’s reign. Only 30 examples will be made available to the public.
Bentley Chairman and Chief Executive, Adrian Hallmark looked back with pride at the life of the Mulsanne. “The Mulsanne is the culmination of all that we at Bentley have learned during our first 100 years in producing the finest luxury cars in the world. As the flagship of our model range for over a decade, the Mulsanne has firmly solidified its place in the history of Bentley as nothing less than a true icon. Now, as we begin Bentley’s journey to define the future of sustainable luxury mobility through our Beyond100 strategy, the role of Bentley flagship is passed to the new Flying Spur,” he said.
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