5 May 2010
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Bentley's new flagship model brings back the legendary Mulsanne name to the roads and evokes memories of the Crewe-based manufacturer's successes at Le Mans.

The Mulsanne will retain the iconic 6.75litre V8 engine, albeit heavily modified to meet Euro V emissions regulations.

Customers will have a choice of 21 carpet colours, 24 interior leather hides, 114 paint colours and nine wood veneers.

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7 February 2013

The Bentley Mulsanne has all the space and refinement that you expect of a true luxury car. Smile It's brutally quick, easy to drive and rides comfortably. Smile

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