Officially, no technical details have yet been revealed, but the car will be the first one to be completely designed, engineered and built without the help of Rolls Royce. It is powered by a V8 engine similar with the one found on the Arnage, the car which it will replace.
"The challenge we set our engineers was to create a grand new Bentley that would stand as the pinnacle of British luxury motoring, offering the
As for the choice of name for the new Bentley, the company says it "reflects Bentley’s sporting pedigree and unique association with Le Mans, where we have been victorious six times."
"This famous corner at the end of the straight is synonymous with the Bentley marque. Few places offer a stronger or more emotive connection with Bentley than the famed Mulsanne corner."
As you might have guessed, the Mulsanne still has some secrets to reveal and it will do so next month in Frankfurt.