British luxury automaker Bentley has decided to retire its Mulsanne flagship sedan to pave the way for its latest Flying Spur, but just before production ceases, the company is celebrating the massive luxury car's heritage with one last special edition release.
Named the 6.75 Edition, the limited Mulsanne run will see only 30 of them produced, all carrying an array of unique design touches to make the sedan even more special. The brightware has been coated in gloss black, with chrome headlamp and tail light trims, as well as a darkened Flying B logo, grille, and exhausts. It also comes standard with 21-inch Mulsanne Speed wheels. As for the interior, four hide color options are available: Beluga, Fireglow, Imperial Blue, and Newmarket Tan. The console units and fascias are then finished in a silver-painted veneer as well as high-gloss Dark Engine Spin Aluminium and Grand Black tones. As a nod to its special-edition name, the "6.75" motif also finds itself across the vehicle in the form of badges, headrest logos, and even a projection on the ground by the luxury sedan's LED welcome lamps.
For those interested in getting their hands on a special-edition Mulsanne before Bentley takes the iconic sedan off the production line, head over to the automaker's website to learn more now.
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