Bentley Mulsanne (The Limousine Supercar)

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At that time, Bentley the company was about to get acquired by Rolls-Royce. Surprisingly, this exotic car was not produced again not until in 1992 when the Mulsanne nameplate returned. This was perhaps to the honor of the Mulsanne Corner (which the car is named after) of the Le Mans racing circuit in France. Bentley cars won a couple of times at the circuit in the past. Again after an 18-year hiatus and this time independently designed by Bentley. The Mulsanne returned in 2010, this time bolder, better and more fun to drive than the Mercedes-Maybach S 600 or the Rolls-Royce Phantom.

Black Bentley Mulsanne
Black Bentley Mulsanne

Bentley Mulsanne Specifications

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Going into 2017, there’s a new 2017 Bentley Mulsanne version, which is even more mega. Apart from being fresh-faced and comprehensive, this latest version is a rare beast that stands to convey a sense of constancy, permanence, heft, solidity without forgetting an elevated speed and of course a pricier price tag.

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