The 2011 Bentley Mulsanne

The 2011 Bentley Mulsanne

What the world needs is another Bentley.  One that is bigger, badder and more technologically advanced than anything that has been released before.

With this car, they will allow you to drive on golf courses.

With this car, they will allow you to drive on golf courses.

Here’s a little excerpt from a Road & Track article:

The name Mulsanne celebrates the longest straight, corner and a village along the famous Le Mans circuit in France. Bentleys literally owned the place in the early days with no less than five outright victories in this 24-hour classic, 1924 and 1927-1930. A latter-day Bentley took top honors at Le Mans in 2003 as well. The Mulsanne goes on sale in mid-2010. Its Arnage sibling, likewise named for a Le Mans corner, goes away in this same timeframe with a Final Series of 150 examples. However, Bentley makes clear that the Mulsanne is in no manner intended as a replacement for the rather more traditionally styled Arnage. The Azure, a convertible akin to the Arnage, remains in production.

They will also allow you to not use real license plates.

They will also allow you to not use real license plates.

Interested in more?  Check out the official Bentley website for more details.

White interior.  So money.

White interior. So money.

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