With a hand-made interior crafted with high care and a sculpted exterior, the large sedan had very few rivals on the market, such as the Rolls Royce’s Phantom or the Mercedes’ Maybach S600.
The large luxury sedan offered seating for five and was available in two trim levels, the base and the Speed.
The Mulsanne in the base trim level was well equipped and included 20-inch alloys, bi-xenon headlights, heated and auto dimming mirrors, parking sensors, soft-close doors, a sunroof and an air-ride suspension. The interior was fitted with leather upholstery, wood accents, heated front seats, automatic climate control, rear window privacy screens, an 8-inch touchscreen and Bluetooth Connectivity.
Moving to the Speed trim level, the Mulsanne was equipped with a more powerful engine and included 21-inch alloys, selectable drive modes and the Mulliner packaged that could also be added to the base level.
The Mullinger Package included a tweaked suspension, diamond-quilted upholstery, a leather headliner and metal sports pedals.
An extensive list of stand-alone options included adaptive cruise control, a heated steering wheel, a refrigerated bottle cooler, lots of exterior and interior color choices as well as a customer color palette for an extra fee.