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An end of an era: Bentley’s Mulsanne bows out after 11 years

Saying goodbye
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Saying goodbye
The coronavirus pandemic has not only affected human beings but also disrupted supply chains across the world. One such example is Bentley's Mulsanne, which was permanently stopped after British carmaker’s factory in Crewe was closed temporarily.
Limited run
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Limited run
Bentley also announced the launch of Mulsanne 6.75 Edition, a limited edition version of the flagship with a production run of only 30 units.
Closely guarded secret
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Closely guarded secret
The automaker’s announcement reads, “its future home remains a closely guarded secret.”
A legendary V8
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A legendary V8
The end of production of Mulsanne also marks the retirement for Bentley’s iconic 6.75-liter V8 which first entered production in 1959.
Passing on the torch
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Passing on the torch
With the Mulsanne completing production once the thirty 6.75 Edition cars are built, the all-new Flying Spur will become Bentley’s flagship model, as the pinnacle of Bentley’s exquisite range of luxurious cars.
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