The century old Mulliner Monker has been doing the coachwork most of the Bentley’s on road vehicles. To be lenient we can call it as a department of Bentley that customizes the cars for those customers who are more particular about having something extra which the standard cars do not have.
The latest from them is the Bentley Mulsanne Mulliner Driving Specification and for the first time has the name Mulliner been associated with Bentley’s Flagship sedan.
Most of things remain the same, like the engine and other bigger features. The difference lies in the intricate changes that have been made. The interiors have been revived with ‘Flying B’ wing vents and special diamond-quilted leather seats.
The exterior also look bright with all new 21 inch wheels and the suave Mulliner badges on the front fenders make it look a class apart. From the performance perspective a new ‘Sport’ setting allows the driver to select a suitable suspension and steering for better handling. Customers can have the option of as many as 100 exterior and 22 interior leather paints.
And just so you know it will debut at Geneva Motor Show next month along with the normal Mulsanne that will be also having some new options for the 2013 version. Till the show goes on air, do check out the high resolution pictures of the Bentley.
Source: Autoblog Via Bentley