December 12, 2018

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Bentley Mulsanne Convertible

Launched in 2010, the current replaced the dated in the company’s lineup and revived a nameplate the brand previously used between 1980 and 1992. At 5,575 mm (219.5 inches) in length, the is currently s largest sitting above the The most interesting fact about the Mulsanne is that it received a styling language of its own, being the only Bentley that’s not based on the Updated in 2013, the full-size sedan spawned several special edition models, as well as a performance-oriented model.

Scheduled to remain on sale for at least three more years, the Mulsanne could soon receive a two-door version. Such a model has been in the rumor mill since 2012 and gained more traction in 2014 when the Brits showcased the The much-anticipated production model was canceled in 2015 when Wolfgang Durheimer was replaced by Wolfgang Schreiber as Bentley CEO, but now that the former has return to the helm of the brand, the Mulsanne cabriolet is back on the drawing board.

Bentley has yet to make an official statement about it, but Durheimer recently told CarAndDriver that the Grand Convertible concept in Mulliner’s workshop. The luxury drop-top would be built in a limited batch and sold with a huge sticker compared to the Should that happen, Bentley will offer its first full-size convertible since the 2009, when the Arnage-based was discontinued.

There’s no specific timetable for the Mulsanne convertible, but this gives us just enough time to take guesses upon what it may bring to the table. We also created a rendering to go with our speculative review below. Check it out and stay tuned for updates.

Continue reading to learn more about the Bentley Mulsanne Convertible.


Bentley Mulsanne Convertible

Launched in 2010, the current replaced the dated in the company’s lineup and revived a nameplate the brand previously used between 1980 and 1992. At 5,575 mm (219.5 inches) in length, the is currently s largest sitting above the The most interesting fact about the Mulsanne is that it received a styling language of its own, being the only Bentley that’s not based on the Updated in 2013, the full-size sedan spawned several special edition models, as well as a performance-oriented model.

Scheduled to remain on sale for at least three more years, the Mulsanne could soon receive a two-door version. Such a model has been in the rumor mill since 2012 and gained more traction in 2014 when the Brits showcased the The much-anticipated production model was canceled in 2015 when Wolfgang Durheimer was replaced by Wolfgang Schreiber as Bentley CEO, but now that the former has return to the helm of the brand, the Mulsanne cabriolet is back on the drawing board.

Bentley has yet to make an official statement about it, but Durheimer recently told CarAndDriver that the Grand Convertible concept in Mulliner’s workshop. The luxury drop-top would be built in a limited batch and sold with a huge sticker compared to the Should that happen, Bentley will offer its first full-size convertible since the 2009, when the Arnage-based was discontinued.

There’s no specific timetable for the Mulsanne convertible, but this gives us just enough time to take guesses upon what it may bring to the table. We also created a rendering to go with our speculative review below. Check it out and stay tuned for updates.

Continue reading to learn more about the Bentley Mulsanne Convertible.


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Bentley Mulsanne Convertible

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