World's Fastest Ultra-Luxury Saloon - Bentley Mulsanne Speed!
Bentley introduces fastest edition of its flagship Mulsanne, the new edition is christened as - Mulsanne Speed, making it the fastest uber luxurious saloon in the world! The existing engine of the Bentley's flagship is uprated to produce 530bhp and a whooping 1100Nm of torque. The saloon also gets a new sports suspension mode along with steering on demand.
To keep the adrenaline rush alive on the styling, Bentley has given the new Mulsanne Speed a dark tint on the front stainless steel matrix grilles. While both the headlights get dark treatment which compliments the overall look of the car. The Mulsanne Speed also features Bentley’s first ever directional style machined alloy wheels. The new Sports mode that is included in this Mulsanne Speed stiffens the all-round air suspension for improved body control and adjusts the steering dynamics for greater feedback and accuracy.
Wolfgang Dürheimer, Chairman and Chief Executive of Bentley Motors, comments: “The new Mulsanne Speed is the car that defines Bentley, as a flagship for driving luxury performance. Our customers don’t compromise, and we’ve adopted the same approach in the design, engineering and crafting of our new flagship. The Mulsanne Speed is distinguished, calm and relaxing, but always with a connection to the road and relentless dynamic performance on demand. In this car, every journey becomes a drive.”
Powering the world's fastest ultra luxury saloon is a 6.75 liter twin-turbo V8, the motor belts out 530bhp @4000rpm while a screeching 1100Nm of peak torque at mere 1750rpm. The Power is handled by a ZF 8-speed automatic gearbox, featuring Quick-shift, Block Shifting and wheel-mounted paddle shifters driving the rear wheels. The powertrain propels the four-door beauty from naught to 100km/h in 4.9 seconds and it tops out at 305km/h. The vehicle features a 96 liter fuel tank with European cycle fuel efficiency of 19.3 mpg (14.6 liters/100km – 6.8km/l) and C02 emissions at 342g/km.
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