The car is longer and taller than the new Mulsanne and gets a unique interior, which features ‘smart glass’ that allows passengers to switch the interior division and rear-cabin window glass between clear and opaque.
The opulent interior has four seats in the rear, and features veneered fold-out tables, a bottle cooler with frosted glass and crystal flutes, as well as a soft drink cabinet with bespoke tumblers.
Asked if the highly re-engineered car signalled a new direction for Mulliner, which has long customised car colours and specs to customer requirements, Bentley boss Wolfgang Dürheimer said: "Yes, I think we can do more.
"Mulliner is an asset with a history nearly 500 years old, but it is not a well-known name and we must change that. It's an asset, both for customers and for us to develop one-off ideas and see where they lead. It is somewhere exceptional ideas can take shape, and small scale ideas can be developed to larger scale ones."