Bentley's replacement for the outgoing Arnage revives the famous Mulsanne name for their flagship model. The standard Mulsanne sites alongside the Speed and LWB versions in the model line-up. The former aimed at those who wish to drive, the later for those who don't. The 6.75 litre V8 is retained, with up to 530 bhp in Speed guise. This makes for a 190mph top speed, achieved on a wave of 1100 NM of torque from just 2200 rpm.
The Mulsanne is offered with a bewildering number of paint and trim options, not to mention the dozens of special bespoke editions that have been created for customers around the world. But even in standard trim, this is one of the finest, most luxuriously appointed cars on the market.
The Mulsanne received a raft of new features in 2013, including seat enhancements, ambient lighting, rear view camera and even a mobile Wi-Fi router, before production ceased in 2020.