The amazing thing about the new Bentley Mulliner Bacalar is that it was supposed to make its debut during the 2020 Geneva International Motor Show but the event got cancelled due to the outcome of the COVID-19 pandemic worldwide meanwhile Bentley continued to unveil the vehicle virtually back in March 3rd with the car sporting a yellow color.
The name was gotten from a Mexican town which is said to be known for turquoise waters with seven shades of blue. This has also inspired the Bentley EXP 100 GT concept which was presented back in 2019. The design of the Mulliner Bacalar is more of a derivative of the Continental GTC which is one of the company’s most iconic vehicle.
Some parts of the two seater is made out of carbon fiber and its convertible. Bentley has made 12 of the coachbuilder Mulliner since 1930.