2020 Bentley Mulsanne
The 2020 Bentley Mulsanne is a hand-built homage to opulence and British luxury. It’s one of the largest vehicles on the road today and features a seemingly endless list of options. It’s also one of the oldest cars around from a generational standpoint — Bentley has been selling this version of the Mulsanne for a decade now. Yet age hasn’t diminished the Mulsanne’s appeal as the equivalent of a rolling English manor house.
This V8 is a thing of profound mechanical beauty, especially by today’s standards. Open the hood of a modern car, and there’s a 99.9% chance you’ll be met by a nondescript plastic box with some bits of visible plumbing and wiring attached. Designed to muffle sound and subtly discourage owner maintenance, these powerplants appear like uncharismatic lumps that might as well power your home’s HVAC or sump pump. By contrast, the Mulsanne’s twin-turbo V8 looks like the expensive, powerful and special thing that it is, seeming both weighty and inherently mechanical. Look at that central spine of intake runners, snuggled just so. They’re flanked by a pair of ribbed metal valve covers, each of which looks like they must weigh a good 50 pounds. If you happened to find yourself in a train museum and decided to steal a look beneath the engine cover of a steam locomotive, if you saw this Bentley 6.75 staring back at you, you’d nod approvingly, as if to confirm you’d suspected it’d be there all along.
Enjoy some of the following options:
- Speed Premier Spec ($9,240)
- Comfort Spec ($5,235)
- Adaptive Cruise ($4,190)
- Extended Range – Solid & Metallic ($6,155)
- Much More…
Exterior Color: Anthracite
Interior Color: Beluga
Engine: Twin Turbo Flexible V-8 6.8 L/412
Fuel Type: Gasoline Fuel
MPG (City): 10
MPG (Highway): 16
Transmission: 8-Speed Automatic w/OD