The British luxury automaker has decided to make a fresh start with much talked about Mulsanne. A little birdie tells us that the team of designers and engineers in Crewe took a crisp new sheet of paper and completely redesigned the flagship saloon of the brand. And we also hear that Mulsanne is just another beginning. In fact this new sedan is expected to form the masterstructure for the replacements of the Azure convertible and Brooklands coupe. Just so you know, these two have previously been based on the outgoing Arnage platform that had been designed in the late 90’s when Bentley was owned by Vivkers Aerospace.
The Mulsanne is a whole 11 inches longer than the Flying Spur sedan and works on an impressive V8 engine. We think it is a befitting appellation for the top of the line Bentleys. The world has seen how these have earned a sincere reputation for being high speedÂ roadsters for almost a century now.
The company hasn’t made any promised on the launch dates of the replaced Azure and Brooklands models. But we are also assuming that the new structuring will also affect theÂ sister company Bugatti’s upcoming model.