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Bentley Mulsanne with the optional Bentley bonnet ornament.
|Production||March 2010–June 2020|
|Assembly||United Kingdom: Crewe (Bentley Crewe)|
|Designer||Dirk van Braeckel|
|Body and chassis|
|Class||Full-size luxury car (F)|
|Body style||4-door saloon|
|Engine||6.75 l twin-turbocharged Bentley L-series V8|
|Wheelbase||3,266 mm (128.6 in)|
3,516 mm (138.4 in) (EWB)
|Length||5,575 mm (219.5 in)|
5,825 mm (229.3 in) (EWB)
|Width||1,926 mm (75.8 in)|
|Height||1,521 mm (59.9 in)|
1,541 mm (60.7 in) (EWB)
|Kerb weight||2,650 kg|
2,730–2,751 kg (6,019–6,064 lb) (EWB)
|Successor||Bentley Flying Spur (indirect)|
The Bentley Mulsanne is a full-size luxury car that was manufactured by Bentley from 2010 to 2020. The car is named after the Mulsanne Corner of the Le Mans racing circuit, where Bentley race cars have won six times in the 24 hours racing format.
The Mulsanne nameplate was last used by Bentley for a four-door saloon that was built between 1980 and 1992. It was resurrected as the nameplate for what would become the replacement for the Arnage, Bentley's then flagship model. The new Mulsanne was unveiled at the 2009 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance held on 16 August, followed by the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show, 2010 North American International Auto Show, and the 2012 Qatar Motor Show. At the time of its launch, a coupé and convertible variant were expected to follow at some point as replacements for the Arnage-based Brooklands and Azure respectively but the coupé never came to fruition, while a convertible has been made available towards the end of the production run. Like the Arnage, the Mulsanne retains the venerable 6.75 L (6,750 cc/411 in³) Bentley L Series V8 engine, modified to meet Euro V emissions regulations. The engine is lighter and features cylinder de-activation and variable cam phasing to improve fuel efficiency. Unlike the less expensive Continental Flying Spur and Continental GT, the Mulsanne shares fewer common components with other marques in the Volkswagen Group.
The Mulsanne is the first flagship car to be independently designed by Bentley Motors in nearly 80 years. The last independently designed Bentley automobile was W.O. Bentley's 8 litre model in 1930, after which most Bentleys shared platforms with Rolls-Royce cars.
The first Mulsanne produced, with chassis number 00001, was sold in 2009 at the Gooding & Company Pebble Beach auction for US$500,000 (US$550,000 after buyer premium) to an undisclosed bidder. Deliveries in England began in Summer 2010.
Features include stainless steel knobs on the dashboard which control the vent plungers which are electronic micro switches that control electric servos. The feedback remains that of a metal rod to control the damper.
Customers have a choice of 114 exterior colours, 21 carpet colours, nine wood veneers, and 24 interior leather hides, as well as a choice to specify a customised colour scheme. The rear seating area may be configured to accommodate either 2 or 3 passengers. A Naim Audio 2,200 watt audio system with MP3, Bluetooth, and an MMI capability is optional.
Winter accessories were introduced in 2011. In 2012, several new features were made available on the 2013 model year; a new optional Bentley-designed luxury bottle cooler and rear cabin storage area with space for two full-size Champagne bottles in a canted position, three hand‑blown and hand-cut lead crystal champagne flutes with white LED accent lighting (designed by David Redman of London), 21-inch five-spoke Sports alloy wheels and optional tinted glass sunroof in the front cabin.
Mulsanne Mulliner Driving Specification (2012–2020)
The Mulsanne Mulliner Driving Specification is a special version of the Mulsanne with 21-inch light aluminium alloy wheels with race‑derived titanium fasteners, bright-finished wheels in painted and polished finishes, 265/40 ZR21 tyres, sweeping wing vents in cast polished stainless steel, Drive Dynamics Control system with 'Sport' setting, leather hide on the front and rear seats and door casings features an intricate Diamond Quilting pattern with indented leather headlining, cool-metal interior door handles with 'knurled' or 'coined' surface finish, 'Organ Stop' air ventilation controls and gear lever, leather gear lever with Baseball-style cross stitch, accelerator and brake pedals finished in drilled alloy, choice of over 100 exterior colours, unbleached premium quality veneers (with two marquetry options), choice of 22 leather hides.
The Mulsanne Mulliner Driving Specification was unveiled at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, followed by the 2012 New York International Auto Show, 2012 Goodwood Festival of Speed, and 2012 Los Angeles Auto Show.
2013 equipment update
The Comfort specification includes new comfort headrests with manually adjustable wings for lateral support, new footrests with trimmed in flat-cut cabin carpet and hide to match each individual vehicle, fine duck down filled loose cushions seat and a new rear door armrest storage compartment as standard.
The Premiere Specification includes ambient interior mood lighting, bright stainless steel external trim, flying 'B' radiator mascot, rear view camera, seat ventilation and massage function along with a veneered iPod drawer.
The Entertainment specification includes picnic tables with iPad and keyboard compartment, an adjustable screen angle with an anti-trap sensor; 2 8-inch LCD headrest screens 20 GB hard drive and DVD player (played through a ‘Naim for Bentley’ premium audio system), two sets of Bluetooth headphones and a remote control.
Other options include rear cabin privacy curtains, a Wi-Fi router with a high speed Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS) phone module and SIM card reader in glove box, a dedicated antenna housed in the boot lid outside of the vehicle's steel frame, 3 new colours (Dark Cashmere, Portofino and Damson) and 3 new hide colours (Damson, Saffron and Brunel).
Mulsanne Speed (2014–2020)
The Speed is the performance derivative of the Mulsanne and offers greater performance and more premium features compared to the standard model. The 6.75-litre twin-turbocharged V8 petrol engine is modified and is rated at 395 kW; 530 hp (537 PS) and 1,100 N⋅m (811 lb⋅ft) of torque (meanwhile the standard model's engine is rated at 377 kW; 505 hp (512 PS) and 1,020 N⋅m (752 lb⋅ft) of torque) and benefits from a 13% increase in efficiency as a result of a newly redesigned combustion system that promotes a much faster and more controlled combustion process. This gives the Speed a 0–97 km/h acceleration time of just 4.8 seconds, which is 0.3 seconds faster than the standard model. Meanwhile, the top speed is increased from 296 to 306 km/h (184 to 190 mph). Other features specific to the Speed include a Sports mode in the suspension system settings, more assertive styling features such as a dark tint finish applied to the exterior stainless steel matrix grille, distinctive headlights, a “floating ellipse” design on the rear taillights, Bentley's first ever directional style wheel and tyre set, and twin rifled exhaust tailpipes. Interior features include a new and unique colour split with new stitch lines that balances diamond quilted light-colour hide with darker, smooth hide, a 60 GB on-board hard drive, electrically-operated tables with recesses and connections for iPads and matching keyboards, and a Wi-Fi hotspot.
Mulsanne Extended Wheelbase (2016–2020)
The Bentley Mulsanne Extended Wheelbase ("EWB") was unveiled during the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, and was designed with the rear-seat passenger in mind. The EWB features an additional 250 mm (10 in) of rear legroom over the standard model, airline-style extending legrests and a rear compartment sunroof. Bentley has developed optional airline-style electronic leg rests for the EWB which are seamlessly integrated into the bases of the two rear seats. These extend out and pivot, giving the choice between upright, relaxed and reclined seating positions. The large-format sunroof features an Alcantara sunblind, is standard on the EWB, and can be controlled by the passengers or the driver. An optional centre console, crafted from the finest veneer, metal, glass and leather, can be ordered to divide the rear seats. The rear seats can also be specified with folding picnic tables. Electric privacy curtains are fitted as standard to the EWB and can be tailored with either a black or ivory coloured lining. Comfort headrests, super-soft Alcantara headrest cushions and a powered Alcantara roller blind are additional options unique to the EWB.
Mulsanne Diamond Jubilee Edition (2012)
The Mulsanne Diamond Jubilee Edition is a limited (60 units) version of the Mulsanne commemorating Queen Elizabeth II's birthday and Diamond Jubilee. Notable changes included bespoke embroidery to all four headrests using gold stitching, veneered picnic tables in the rear cabin decorated with a gold overlay depicting a royal carriage, hide cushions featuring the same motif, polished stainless steel treadplate plaques with 'Bentley Mulliner, England' script and 'Diamond Jubilee Edition'.
Mulsanne Executive Interior (2012)
The design of the Mulsanne Executive Interior was based on the Mulsanne Executive Interior Concept. The car is offered in two Specifications, Theatre and iPad. The iPad Specification includes 2 electrically-deployed veneered picnic tables for rear passengers (colour-matched to the seats of the Mulsanne) and two iPads with wireless keyboards. Mulsanne Theatre Specification includes a 15.6-inch centrally located HD LED screen or 8-inch screens fitted within the front seat headrests and a boot-mounted Apple Mac computer.
The Mulsanne Executive Interior with iPad Specification was unveiled at the 2012 Moscow International Auto Salon.
Mulsanne Le Mans Edition (2013)
The Mulsanne Le Mans Edition is a limited version (48 units per model) of the Mulsanne for the North American market, commemorating Bentley's six victories at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Each car included a unique Le Mans Edition numbered badge, Le Mans Edition clock face, embroidered Le Mans badge to each headrest, tread plates with the limited edition name, unique Le Mans Edition wheels and specific interior veneers and exterior colours. The LeMans Edition consisted of six models, named after the winning drivers:
|John Duff||Moonbeam||Two-tone Linen and Beluga||Contrast||Piano Black and Bright Aluminium|
|Dudley Benjafield||Verdant||Two-tone Linen and Cumbrian Green||Contrast||Dark Stain Burr Walnut and Bright Aluminium|
|Woolf Barnato||Granite||Hotspur||Beluga||Dark Stain Burr Walnut with Dark Aluminium|
|Tim Birkin||Glacier White||Beluga||White||Piano Black and Bright Aluminium|
|Glen Kidston||Dark Sapphire||Two-tone Newmarket Tan and Imperial Blue||Contrast||Dark Stain Burr Walnut and Dark Aluminium|
|Guy Smith||Beluga||Beluga||Hotspur||Piano Black and Dark Aluminium|
Mulsanne Shaheen (2013)
The Shaheen is a Limited Edition version of the Bentley Mulsanne equipped with the Mulliner Driving Specification as standard. The Shaheen was unveiled at the 2013 Dubai Motor Show and specifically developed for the Middle East market, with design details inspired by the Shaheen eagle, a bird of prey that is embedded in Middle Eastern culture and society. Changes include Tungsten over Onyx paintwork inspired by the colourings of the Shaheen eagle, Magnolia and Beluga leather interior upholstery, Dark Stained Burr Walnut Veneer, a bespoke signature Mulsanne Shaheen logo on the rear iPad picnic tables using a gold overlay, iPad picnic tables, a Wi-Fi hotspot, a large tilt-opening tinted glass sunroof, and an electrically operated bottle cooler.
Mulsanne Seasons Collector's Editions (2013)
The Mulsanne Seasons Collector's Editions (慕尚四季臻藏版) are limited (10 units for each of orchids (Spring), bamboo (Summer), chrysanthemums (Autumn), and plum (Winter); 1 unit for Golden Pine (Whole Year Edition)) versions of 2014 Bentley Mulsanne with Mulliner Driving Specification for China market, inspired China's culture. Designed with Lin Xi's interpretation of the Chinese 'Four Seasons', all models include 21-inch Mulliner Polished Wheel, twin picnic tables. Each model includes a season-specific theme (except Golden Pine):
|Model||Background veneer||plant||Paint||Main Hide||Secondary Hide||Contrast Cross Stitching||Emblem Stitching||Steering Wheel||Veneer||Marquetry||Treadplate|
|Golden Pine (Whole Year Edition/四季臻华款)||Cluster Oak + Iridescent Finish (trunk), Brown Oak Burr (foliage)||Sword Shape Abalone||Antique Gold over Dark Antique Gold||Shortbread||Damson||Damson||Damson||Duo Tone||Cluster Oak Veneer with Iridescent Finish||‘Pine Tree’ inlay marquetry to front passenger fascia||‘Pine Tree’ Treadplate|
|Orchid (Spring/春沐款)||Cluster Oak + Iridescent Finish||Ripple Sycamore Olive Green & Bolivar Mid Green (leaves), Maple (stem), Swiss Pear (petal), Purple Heart (Petal accents), Boxwood & Ash Burr (Flower Centres)||Windsor Blue||Imperial Blue||Imperial Blue||Kingfisher||Kingfisher||Single tone||Birds Eye Maple||‘Orchid’ inlay marquetry to front passenger fascia||‘Orchid’ Treadplates|
|Bamboo (Summer/夏颂款)||BIRDS EYE MAPLE||Bolivar Mid Green (leaves), Beech Green (Leaf Highlights), Ripple Sycamore Green (Stems)||Rubino Red||Twine||Fireglow||Fireglow||Fireglow||Duotone||Birds Eye Maple||‘Bamboo’ inlay marquetry to front passenger fascia||‘Bamboo’ Treadplates|
|Chrysanthemum (Autumn/秋逸款)||DARK MADRONA||Ripple Sycamore Green + shading (leaves), Ripple Sycamore Green (stem), Ripple sycamore (petal), Birds Eye maple pink (bud)||Ghost White||Beluga||Beluga||Linen||Linen||Singletone||Dark Burr Madrona (special)||‘Chrysanthemum’ inlay marquetry to front passenger fascia||‘Chrysanthemum’ Treadplates|
|Plum blossom (Winter/冬魅款)||DARK MADRONA||Birds eye maple brown (branch), American walnut burr (Branch Shaddows), Ripple Sycamore (Blossom), Tulipwood burr (Stamen)||Black Crystal||Damson||Damson||Linen||Linen||Singletone||Dark Burr Madrona (special)||‘Plum Blossom’ inlay marquetry to front passenger fascia||‘Plum Blossom’ Treadplates|
Birkin Edition Mulsanne (2014)
The Birkin Edition is a Limited Edition model of the Bentley Mulsanne equipped with the Mulliner Driving Specification and Entertainment Specification (twin 8-inch LCD screens in the rear of the seat headrests, a DVD player, a Wi-Fi hotspot, the Naim for Bentley premium audio system and iPads integrated into the hand-crafted solid wood picnic tables) as standard. The Birkin Edition was inspired by Sir Henry ‘Tiger’ Tim Birkin and limited to 22 units exclusively for the European market. Other features specific to this model include a choice of 3 body colour schemes (Ghost White, Damson, and a contrast of Fountain Blue and Dark Sapphire), numbered door sill plaques, a unique 21-inch wheel design inspired by those on the original Mulsanne concept car, a 3D 'Flying B' logo stitched into the vehicle headrests and inlaid into the wood of the front fascia and rear picnic tables, a tailored luggage set individually numbered and hand-crafted to match with the interior of each car.
Mulsanne 95 (2014)
The 95 is a Limited Edition version of the Bentley Mulsanne developed to celebrate the company's 95th anniversary, and limited to 15 units reserved exclusively for the UK market. Exterior colour options unique to the 95 include Britannia Blue, Empire Red or Oxford White over an interior of blue and white two-tone leather divided by red stitching. Other features specific to this model include the words ‘Ninety Five’ joined by Union Jack Flags on illuminated treadplates, the number ’95’ is also embroidered onto the front and rear seats, the Flying 'B' bonnet mascot with a darker tint, and wood veneer that Bentley claims is sourced from a fallen walnut tree aged between 300 and 400 years old.
Mulsanne Speed "Blue Train" Edition (2015)
The "Blue Train" is a Limited Edition version of the Bentley Mulsanne Speed created to celebrate the 1930 Bentley Speed Six coupé that famously outran the so-called “Blue Train” Calais-Mediterranée Express from Cannes to Calais, going so far as to return to London four minutes before the train reached the English Channel. A total of four Bentley Mulsanne Speed "Blue Train" models would be built, in celebration of the four-minute victory. Two of the cars were rendered in Beluga (solid black) and the other two cars were open to custom paint schemes. Other features specific to this model include 21-inch black wheels with polished centers, a chrome grille surround with a black square-mesh insert evocative of the original Blue Train, a Bentley Driver's Club badge fixed to the grille, a retractable Flying 'B' engraved with the words “Blue Train 85 Years”, Burnt Oak and Camel leather, door stitch patterns that mimic the original car, sill plates and headrests showcasing the original car's silhouette, and a rendering of the original car in the burr walnut passenger-side wood veneer. The first production unit featured a unique picnic set, trimmed with the same two-tone leathers as the interior of the car, containing Robbe & Berking silver cutlery, Haviland Limoges porcelain, Linley crystal champagne flutes, and an Angora picnic rug. The Mulliner team handcrafted the leather cutlery holders as well as the leather rug holder which featured "Blue Train" embroidery. The picnic set was offered as an option for the other three cars.
Mulsanne W.O. Edition (2018–2020)
The Mulsanne W.O. Edition was presented at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show as a 100th anniversary celebration of the founding of Bentley Motors by W.O. Bentley. Designed by Mulliner, each W.O. Edition features a piece of the crankshaft from W.O. Bentley's personal car, displayed in the arm rest in an integrated display case. The interior is upholstered in bespoke leather, and the dashboard contains the owner's signature. The signature is also present on the front bumper, and special badges are located on the sills and wheel centres.
The exterior colour scheme is reminiscent of the Bentley 8 Litre, and features a two-tone paint scheme with chrome present on the radiator grille and bonnet strip. Production is limited to 100 units.
Mulsanne 6.75 Edition by Mulliner (2020)
Due to the increasingly stringent emission regulations, the Mulsanne was discontinued in 2020. Bentley unveiled the final edition of the Mulsanne called the "Mulsanne 6.75 Edition by Mulliner" which is limited to 30 units. This model marks the end of the Mulsanne production, the end of the Mulsanne as Bentley's flagship model, and the end of the world's longest continuously produced V8 engine, spanning 60 years. The 6¾-litre V8 engine, introduced in 1959 and heavily revised and updated in 2010, could not be updated any further to meet newer emission regulations, namely CO
2 emissions. No replacement for either Mulsanne or 6¾-litre V8 engine is planned. Instead, the third generation Flying Spur would replace the Mulsanne as Bentley's flagship model.
Executive Interior Concept (2011)
The Mulsanne Executive Interior Concept is a version of the Mulsanne demonstrating a new multimedia connectivity concept designed for executives. It included two electric-powered, foldable wood veneer picnic tables in the rear cabin, each with Apple iPad and Apple Bluetooth keyboards; Apple Mac Mini stored in boot compartment, roof console with 15.6 in (396 mm) High Definition LED dropdown monitor, illuminated rear centre console fitted with twin individual armrests, rear console with Apple iPod (control panel), two cup holders, tissue box and large stowage area; Apple iPod controls (Rear Seat Entertainment (RSE) and audio system, Apple Media Centre, plays music and access to internet), 2 USB connectors provided for the Apple system and one Apple interface connector for the iPod, bespoke control keys on rear console operate picnic tables, reading lights, control HD LED screen and select video and audio options; Armrest with Tibaldi pen and Privacy Telephone handset, bespoke bottle cooler in rear centre console with illuminated double-glazed frosted glass door, additional multi-directional reading lights provided for each rear passenger and can be operated with Apple devices, mood lighting in the rear centre console (using multiple soft glowing LEDs), illuminated docking station and cup holders.
Mulsanne Grand Convertible Concept (2012)
Like its predecessor, the Azure, the Grand Convertible rides on the platform of Bentley's current luxury saloon, the Mulsanne. It uses the Mulsanne Speed's 6 3/4 liter turbo V8, putting out 530 hp (395 kW) and 811 lb⋅ft (1,100 N⋅m) of torque.
The concept car's exterior finish is a bespoke blue color created from "a single squib from a customer's haute couture gown." The unique finish continues with silver "liquid metal" finish on the hood and windscreen frame. Additional unique features include custom directional wheels and a linen colored leather interior with Sequin Blue stitching. The interior is finished in leather with Mulliner's signature diamond quilting. The convertible top's tonneau cover is covered with largest wood veneer ever applied to a Bentley, in book matched Burr Walnut wood. The tonneau was finished entirely by hand with the wood's mirror finish being accented by strips of chromed steel.
In 2012, Bentley had shown drawings of a convertible version of the Mulsanne to a small number of customers during an event at Pebble Beach. No photos were allowed to be taken and no official images were released. Then CEO Wolfgang Shreiber cancelled the project. Current CEO, Wolfgang Dürheimer restarted the project, but the Grand Convertible still has not been approved for production. At the 2014 L.A. Auto Show, Dürheimer said, "We are eagerly awaiting the response of our customers to this car. We will ensure that this car - if it reaches the roads – will be a highly exclusive, extremely limited collector’s piece."
In December 2014, the Grand Convertible was displayed in Miami for Art Basel, where Bentley had commissioned a large art display which simulated a car factory. As of November, 2017 , it was announced that the Bentley Grand Convertible would be produced in very limited numbers at a cost of 3.9 million dollars each. The car will only be sold in Europe, the Middle East, and Russia. None will be imported into rest of the world (include the Americas, and Asia-Pacific regions). 
|Model||Years||Type/code||Power at rpm, Torque at rpm||CO2 emission (g/km)|
|Mulsanne||2010–2020||6,752 cc (412.0 cu in) V8 twin turbo||512 PS (377 kW; 505 hp) at 4,200 rpm, 1,020 N⋅m (752 lb⋅ft) at 1,750 rpm||350|
|Mulsanne Speed||2014–2020||6,752 cc (412.0 cu in) V8 twin turbo||537 PS (395 kW; 530 hp) at 4,200 rpm, 1,100 N⋅m (811 lb⋅ft) at 1,750 rpm||350|
|Mulsanne||2010–2020||8-speed ZF automatic with electronic shift interface, sport mode and steering wheel mounted paddleshift|
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