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2013 Bentley Mulsanne Mulliner

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Jul 28, 2012

Category: Rides

Bentley is known for creating vehicles that define luxury while still maintaining a huge emphasis on the driving experience. Their latest iteration in the 2013 Bentley Mulsanne Mulliner proves that the British auto manufacturer will continue to live up to their reputation into the new year.

Rarely will you find an automobile that rides like a multi-million dollar yacht on smooth waters, and still sprints from zero to sixty in nearly 5 seconds, but the Benltey Mulsanne Mulliner is just that. Packed with a 6.75 liter V8 motor, this ultra luxury sedan features all the of the best in amenities including an interior cabin that has been outfitted entirely with Diamond Quilted leather trim, sport tuned suspension and steering, and color combinations that include 100 different exterior options along with 22 different interior leather options. No price tag yet, but this Bentley is sure to set you back a fortune.

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