As the custom shop for Bentley, Mulliner spares no expense. That is why their latest creation was unveiled against the backdrop of the French Riviera. The ancient town of Saint-Tropez is the perfect setting for this amazing drop-top. It was designed and is being hand built by Mulliner, the world’s oldest coachmaker, with options not offered on the base model Continental.
Starting with 88 choices of piano wood veneers, the interior has no less than 400,000 stitches. The headlights are inspired by cut crystal, and the grille has a new double-diamond design. The same diamond pattern adorns all the leather, with each diamond comprised of 712 stitches. New 22″ wheels are forged to save weight and support this stately machine.
Audio is provided by a 2,200-watt amplifier with 20 discrete channels. Two active bass transducers are built into the chassis, and they operate on 8 distinct DSP programs. While the V8 is optional, if you’re going this big, the twelve-cylinder has twin turbos to reach 60 mph in 3.7 seconds with a top speed of 207 mph. Our dealers have all the info and they will command Mulliner to build the car of your dreams. Click the button below to learn more and stay with us for all your Bentley news.
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