Let the #Bentley Mulsanne make some noise on your behalf. You dont have to alert others you are coming no more when you ride in such a giant ride.
With its beautiful facial design that includes the whole #Bentley copyright, you’ve just gotten a new King…”Oh i hope you aint gay…well if you are, this is might be a cheat on your partner.” With the Masculine look built like a real male muscle, you simply own the road and the journey therefore becomes far smoother than you can imagine.
When XIBIT does those things along with his other fellas on Pimp My Ride, i usually think customising personally is better for car luxury and total comfort but hey, you dont need a Jacuzzi in your new Mulsanne before you enjoy what a real and modern car like this has to offer. With the exotic interior, well, you just dont go upstairs tonight. This ew place might fit you and you Bae for the romance.
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Engine and Performances
The Speed is packing what’s almost certain to be the ultimate version of Bentley’s venerable 6.75-liter pushrod V-8. And that’s “venerable” as in being nearly eligible for a pension: This is a highly evolved version of an engine that was launched 55 years ago, although it’s now fitted with twin turbochargers and capable of passing modern emissions standards.
Changes for 2015 include new combustion chambers, intake ports, injectors, and spark plugs, with a corresponding boost to both efficiency and output. The headline torque figure has risen from the standard Mulsanne’s 752 lb-ft to an adjective-defying 811. Horsepower goes up to 530, 25 more than the standard Mulsanne but still 86 fewer than the Flying Spur’s available W-12.
Just like the Master Yoda is Star Wars…”I dont waste cash…beep! beep! beep!” Thats what the beautiful masculine ride says to you while you contemplating on purchasing based on its economical values….”After all you live in that $10M mansion, even if i consume your bank savings, its worth it okay.” Sorry but the Bentley dont talk. It only respond to your voice.
At Bentley, spending more gets you less. The range-topping Mulsanne sedancosts nearly $100,000 more than the smaller (and yet still enormous) Flying Spur. And yet it has less power, half the driven wheels, fewer engine cylinders, and a lower top speed. This is the deeply irrational way the very top end of the luxury-car market works.
Because what the Mulsanne does have more of is exclusivity. Actually, make that exclusivity and torque. And the arrival of a new Speed variant promises modest increases in both of those crucial areas.