Showing posts in the category of Bentley Mulsanne

New Renault Twingo RS and Bentley Mulsanne Convertible Renders

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Here are some fresh digital stabs at two widely different versions of existing cars that are rumored to be in the running for production. The person responsible for both renders is Photoshop expert X-Tomi.

Bentley Mulsanne Speed Proves 2.7 Tonnes of Luxury Can Move Really Fast

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The highlight of Bentley’s Paris Auto Show stand is the new Mulsanne Speed, the performance variant of the brand’s flagship sedan which is capable of 305 km/h (190 mph).

New 530HP Bentley Mulsanne Speed Can Do 305 KM/H (190 MPH)

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Bentley has unveiled the flagship of its lineup, the 530hp Mulsanne Speed, ahead of its world premiere early next month at the Paris Auto Show.

Bentley Mulsanne Drop-Top Still in the Books, Report Suggests

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Bentley actually made a one-off Mulsanne drop top that it only showed to a “select few,” but in the end it was decided not to go ahead with production plans. This was announced by (post-Duerheimer) company CEO, Wolfgang Schreiber, in an official manner, so we had no choice but to believe it.

Bentley Mulsanne to Reportedly Get 550HP Performance Version

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Bentley appears to have a taste for performance models lately, with production vehicles looking set to benefit from its sporting heritage in addition to racing. Following the Continental GT3-R stripped-out model, the luxury car manufacturer plans a power upgrade and chassis tweaks for the top-of-the-range Mulsanne sedan as well.

Bentley Releases UK-Exclusive Mulsanne 95 Limited Edition for its 95th Anniversary

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To celebrate its 95th birthday, Bentley will craft 15 unique Mulsanne 95 special edition models featuring British-inspired materials and design, available exclusively to customers in the UK.

Bentley Debuts its First Hybrid Model with Mulsanne Concept in Beijing

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Bentley is sharing its vision of a "more powerful and even more efficient future" with the global debut of the Mulsanne-based Hybrid Concept at the Beijing Auto Show this week.

Bentley Brings Mulsanne Hybrid Concept to Beijing, Technology Will Debut on SUV in 2017

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Times are changing fast in the automotive world and even traditional companies have to keep with the latest trends. Ignoring alternative drive systems is not an option anymore if a carmaker wants to meet ever-stricter emissions regulations, and Bentley makes no exception.

Bentley Reveals Europe-Exclusive Mulsanne Birkin Edition

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Bentley has just revealed a unique version of its Mulsanne flagship, one that is aimed specifically for the European market. Taking its name from one of the original Bentley Boys, Tim Birkin, the Mulsanne Birkin is a limited edition model of which only 22 will ever be built.

New Bentley Mulsanne Shaheen Made for the Middle East

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It goes without saying that, the Middle East is one of the most important markets for super luxury vehicles, and the No. 1 region for bespoke luxury vehicles.

Bentley’s reply to Rolls-Royce’s Celestial Phantom and Chicane Phantom Coupé one-off models at the Dubai Motor Show is the Mulsanne Shaheen, a vehicle specifically created for the Middle East.

Bentley Mulsanne Convertible Will Not Be Produced, Says Company CEO

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Bentley CEO Wolfgang Schreiber has revealed that the Mulsanne convertible concept the auomaker privately showed to a select few at the 2012 Pebble Beach Concours  d’Elegance will not be produced after all.

Even though initial reports suggested Bentley would build the convertible, Schreiber said the company plans were undermined by a lack of demand for such a model.

Bentley's Future Includes New Continental Series, SUV and Possibly Mulsanne Convertible

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In today's modern world of super luxury auto brands, Bentley is right there at the top together with its British stablemate and previous owner before they both passed into the hands of the German competition, Rolls-Royce.

VW Group-owned Bentley hasn't quite achieved the success of BMW Group-owned Rolls-Royce, but it's trying to get there with newer and better vehicles. A report from Autonews outlines the brand's product plan through 2017.

Bentley Churns Out 6 New Limited Edition Le Mans-Badged Models

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Talk about going overboard with special limited edition models, but then again, unlike your run-of-the-mill mainstream carmakers, when Bentley says "limited edition", it really means it, as the Crew-based company plans to build only 48 examples of each of the six ‘Le Mans Limited Edition’ cars it announced today.

Bentley Chooses NYC for Formal North American Debut of New Flying Spur and Updated Mulsanne

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The new Bentley Flying Spur is a welcome departure from what we were used to seeing in recent year, and it looks like a very modern interpretation, of one of their cars from the mid-1990s, especially from the back. It has now made its official North American debut, at the 2013 New York auto show, along with an updated version of the Mulsanne flagship.

New Flying Spur and 2014 Mulsanne Highlight Bentley's Geneva Motor Show Presence

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For a niche brand in the luxury car segment, Bentley sure has plenty to offer to visitors at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show that runs until March 17, as it chose the Swiss event for the world premiere of the new Flying Spur and the enhanced 2014 model year Mulsanne flagship, as well as the European debut of the GT Speed Convertible.

2014 Bentley Mulsanne with Equipment and Feature Upgrades Previewed Ahead of Geneva

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You won't be able to notice it just by looking at it from the outside, but Bentley has updated its Mulsanne luxury sedan, which will be formally presented the Geneva International Salon d’Auto in the beginning of March, with customer orders commencing in April.

With the exception of three new additions to the color palette, namely the Dark Cashmere, Portofino and Damson, all changes on the 2014MY Mulsanne take place inside with Bentley introducing a host of new luxury features to its flagship model.

MT Pits Mercedes S65 AMG Against Bentley Mulsanne, Finds Out How The 1% Live

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All those fat cats out there might buying their Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Paganis or whatever they fancy but, let’s face it, these supercars are not really that practical to drive day in, day out. In fact, most of the privileged of this world don’t even get to drive on a regular basis like the rest of us do: they are chauffeured.

Motor Trend’s Jonny Lieberman says that the one thing the rich don’t have is time – so whatever free time they get, like when being in the back seat of their car, they want it to be special.

Bentley Continental GT3 Racer Makes its U.S. Debut at the LA Auto Show

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Despite being renowned primarily for its luxury cars, Bentley has a rich history in endurance racing that dates back to 1928. It took 73 years for it to return to the tracks but when it did, it once again achieved victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans with the Speed 8 in 2003.

That win also marked the end of the British brand’s racing program. A decade later, Bentley decided to engage in motorsports once again, starting from the end of 2013. It will do so with the Continental GT3, which was launched in concept form in Paris and made its U.S. debut at the LA Auto Show.

Bentley Mulsanne Convertible Concept Realistically Imagined

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About a month ago, Bentley showed a Mulsanne Convertible Concept to a select few at the 2012 edition of the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. The automaker did not allow anyone to take pictures and simply told us about the special unveiling sharing a few sketches in the process.

The reason why Bentley is holding back remains a mystery but it may have something to do with all the negative press it received with the EXP 9 F SUV Concept.

Bentley Previews New Mulsanne Convertible Concept, Shows Real Life Model to a Select Few

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Some three years after the all-new Bentley Mulsanne marched into the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in 2009, the VW Group-owned automaker returned to this year's edition of the classic car show in California with a new conceptual model for an open top version of the Mulsanne.

While Bentley showed the Mulsanne Convertible Concept to a select number of people at this past weekend's Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, the company did not allow any pictures to be shot of the car.