Bentley Motors Limited on the occasion of its 95th anniversary revealed 15 special edition cars of Mulsanne christened as Mulsanne 95. The handmade models are built by companys Mulliner division in Crewe town of Chesire county, England. The division uses special materials and design to build these types of cars. Bentley Motors, the British luxury car company was established in the year 1919 and became a popular brand due to their aero-engines. After the First World War, the carmaker has been producing award winning cars for a large niche customer base across the world. Since then, it has collaborated with Volkswagen Group and Rolls Royce for the design and manufacturing of products.
Bentley since 1919, has never failed to provide quality products both in the racing and luxury departments. Mulsanne is one of its popular products derived from its racing pedigree. The nameplate was revived in the year 2010. Since then, Mulsanne has been one of the hot favorites amongst the executive class. The new special edition is thoroughly British inspired product featuring unique colors and wood veneer. Mulsanne 95 will be offered in three tailored exterior colors namely-Britannia Blue, Oxford White and Empire Red. All these classic colors are well-proportioned to get the striking appeal. These colors are specially produced for the limited editions only and handcrafted in companys paint shop. Moreover, the Flying B bonnet mascot has the dark tint finishing while the side profile is enhanced by 21-inch 5-spoke alloy wheels. Rest of profile remains the same with front façade sporting the same traditional Bentley styled grille and rounded headlights which are surrounded with chrome adorning the classic look.
The special edition Mulsanne 95 is a perfect blend of customary and bespoke design with latest add-ons of the technology to enhance the interiors. The wood material is used in harmony with the leather upholstery. The unique wood used inside the cabin has a story behind. It comes from a rare and huge walnut tree which is about 300-400 years old. It was tumbled in a heavy storm in the year 2007 and since then it was being preserved in Fullbeck Hall in Lincolnshire. The Fullbeck Walnut veneering featured in the signatory ring of wood embraces the interiors while showing off a complex pattern that gives a rippled effect across the entire cabin. The dual leather upholstery in blue and white gets a red contrast stitching that prompts colors of