Bentley talked about creating the Bentley MulsanneApril 3, 2020
The production of the Mulsanne with the legendary V8 engine will end after the resumption of the plant in Crewe.
Almost ten years after the first Bentley Mulsanne rolled off the assembly line, its production is drawing to a close and Flying Spur will take its place as flagship. Despite the fact that the plant is currently suspended due to the global crisis, Bentley honors a team of talented craftsmen working on a luxury sedan. The Mulsanne production was planned to be completed in April, but due to a pandemic, the final copies will leave the assembly shop only when workers can return to the Bentley factory after quarantine has ended.
The Bentley Mulsanne is hand-assembled at the Crew factory, where it was coined, designed and developed, from the first sketches to the production model. More than 7300 copies of the Mulsanne were created by real professionals, more than 400 hours of work were spent on each car with exceptional attention to detail.
“Mulsanne is like a snapshot, an instant that will never happen again. This is the end of an era, the last representative of a kind. For me, it became, first of all, the culmination of our centenary history, as well as everything that we learned during this time. And now we are opening a new chapter, ”the press release said.
The creators of Mulsanne have combined the best that this luxury car is associated with. The team has demonstrated unlimited devotion to their work in the design and manufacture of the flagship sedan, created using many years of experience and the best materials and embodies a unique combination of luxury and dynamics.
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