The 6.75 edition uses the Mulsanne speed as a beginning point. On the outside, the cars spec chrome-trimmed taillights and headlights. The Flying B logo on the grille, hood and exhaust outlets have a dark tint. The vehicles ride on twenty-one inch 5 spoke wheels with gloss back pockets. To continue the aesthetic, opening the shows an engine intake in black rather than the usual silver.
On the inside, the unique model has 6.75 edition embroidery on the seas. To evoke the car’s engine, the ventilation manages have a design that looks like the engine oil cap. Further, there is a cutaway of the powerplant on the face of the clock and gauges on the middle console. When opening the door, the welcome lights project the 6.75 edition ground logo.
With the Mulsanne going away, Bentley is also declaring that the Flying Spur gets a hybrid power train in 2013. The firm does not offer any detail on the engine at this time. The natural assumption is that the sedan would use the power assisted turbocharge 3.0-liter V6 from the Bentayga that generate 443 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque.
Bentley first used the Mulsanne title from 1980 to 1992 on the brands edition of the Rolls-Royce Silver spirit. The firm revived the moniker in 2010 for the present iteration of the sedan.
A very unique engine
Under the bonnet, the machine intake manifold will be finished in the black in lieu of the very old silver, and the engine Number plaque – traditionally signed by the craftsman that built the machine – will be signed Bentley’s Chief Executive and Chairman, Adrian Hallmark.
The Bentley Mulsanne is a iconic 4 door saloon that set the benchmark in the luxury sector when it primary emerged in 1980.