Bentley launched a 3.5 million dollars car and told nobody. Only 19 units of this luxury car will be built
Bentley launched in the utmost secrecy the production Grand Convertible model, first shown as a concept at the Los Angeles Auto Show in the fall of 2014.
Production of this model – having a retractable fabric roof, will be limited to only 19 units, each on sale for a whopping 3.5 million dollars.
- Bentley secretly launched its production Grand Convertible version
- Only 19 units will be built by the famous Mulliner division specialists
- Sales prices start from 3.5 million dollars, according to the information provided
Unlike its predecessor, the Arnage model, the new Mulsanne is offered by Bentley only in a four-door version. This will change in the near future, since the British company has recently – in the utmost secrecy – introduced the Grand Convertible version.
Anticipated by the concept of the same name, premiered at the Los Angeles Auto Show in the fall of 2014, this model will be built by the Mulliner division in a 19-unit limited edition. According to the first information, starting price is of 3.5 million dollars.
It comes with a 6.75-litre twin-turbo V8 engine and generates 537 horsepower, and the new Bentley Grand Convertible will hit the roads in 2019. This exclusive model is equipped with a retractable fabric roof and it’s the perfect gift for the one century anniversary of the famous company in Crewe.
Aesthetically, this exclusive luxury car built by the Mulliner division in a 19-unit limited edition borrows several features from the current Mulsanne, on which it is based. On the interior, it has the largest piece of wood installed on a car ever, a feature which until now it was attributed to Volkswagen.