Bentley Birkin Mulsanne special edition launched

Bentley has launched a new special edition Mulsanne model, named after 'Bentley-boy' Tim Birkin. Details here

Bentley has unveiled a limited edition version of its Birkin Mulsanne. Named after ‘Bentley Boy’ Sir Henry ‘Tiger’ Tim Berkin, the car has been created with Berkin’s own quintessential tastes in mind.

Featuring bespoke 21-inch wheels, unique ‘Flying B’ logos stitched into the headrests and a choice of three body colours, the run of just 22 cars restricted to Europe will be of upmost exclusivity.

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In an effort to bring Berkin’s fearless love of speed to this Mulsanne, a ‘Sport’ setting limited to the Berkin cars will help to create a far more focused and engaging driving experience. Coupled with the same 505bhp V8 found in the normal Mulsanne, this luxury saloon remains one of the fastest Bentleys ever produced.

Passengers can also enjoy entertainment from twin LCD passenger screens, a Wi-Fi hotspot, premium Naim audio technology and even a pair of iPads integrated into picnic tables. Plus a luggage set tailored to match each individual car means there are few better ways to cover large distances than in this ultimate expression of British luxury motoring.

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