Bentley unveiled the Mulsanne Grand Limousine by Mulliner at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, showcasing bespoke automotive luxury, craftsmanship, individualisation and refinement. The Mulsanne Grand Limousine is one metre longer and 79 mm taller than Bentley’s new Mulsanne and features a unique interior with private-aviation-style seating configuration in the rear cabin.
The most notable change, is the size, the Mulliner adds an extra three feet to the Mulsanne’s overall length and three inches to its height. These changes have allowed Bentley to fit a second pair of rear-facing seats inside the bespoke limousine.
Inside the Mulsanne is Bentley’s first application of electrochromic or ‘smart glass’ – which allows passengers to switch the interior division and rear-cabin window glass between clear and opaque at the touch of a button. Backseat passengers will also have access to an updated HVAC system, fold-out wood tables, iPad docking/charging stations and a full array of drinks storage, including a bottle cooler with a frosted glass and champagne flutes. And if you’d rather pass on alcohol, there’s a special soft drink cabinet.
This private commission has been designed, engineered and handcrafted by Bentley’s coachbuilding division, Mulliner, which has more than 100 years’ heritage in bespoke automotive coachbuilding and fabrication.
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