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The Bentley Mulsanne is an extremely stately sedan, with a massive, potent V8 engine and a finely built interior. However, its massive size might make driving in urban areas intimidating.

Bentley’s top-of-the-line luxury sedan, the Mulsanne, competes with other opulent behemoths like the Rolls-Royce Phantom, Mercedes S-Class Maybach, and Aston Martin Rapide S. Additionally, owners of opulent SUVs like the Range Rover SVAutobiography and Bentley’s own Bentayga may be tempted by it.

There are three models in the lineup: the Mulsanne (the “basic”), the Mulsanne ELB (extended wheelbase), and the Mulsanne Speed (performance-oriented). Whichever you choose, it will all have a luxurious interior featuring opulent amounts of wood, leather, and polished metal. The Mulsanne Speed sports sportier seats and some carbon fibre trim elements, while the ELB’s offers even more back seat space than the original vehicle.


In general, the Mulsanne’s interior is a great example of craftsmanship and extravagance, as you could anticipate. The seats are hand-trimmed in 150 hours with incredible attention to detail; for example, each seat’s Bentley emblem requires more than 5,000 stitches.

Although the dashboard has a lot of buttons, the cabin is a cosy haven of leather, oak, and sheepskin that only a Rolls-Royce can match. There are 140 exterior colours, 12 veneer types, and 24 hide colours to pick from, making it unlikely that two Mulsannes will be identical.

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The infotainment system in the Mulsanne is touchscreen-based, making it less user-friendly than the one in the S-Class Maybach. The ELB model comes with two 10-inch tablets that are concealed in the backs of the front seats and pop out when a button is pushed. Since they are Android-based, you may stream music or video and have access to millions of apps.

With the adaptive dampers in the Sport position, the Speed variant corners remarkably flat and the steering has considerable weight to it. Although the sheer size of the Mulsanne with its tall hood and low rear view takes some getting used to in town, the three Mulsannes excel on the highway with their hushed cabins and comfort over lumps and bumps.

The massive 6.75-liter, twin-turbocharged V8 in the Mulsanne cranks out a whopping 505 horsepower, which is more than enough even in a vehicle that weighs more than 2.5 tonnes. The Bentley is propelled to a top speed of more than 180 mph during the 5.3-second sprint from 0 to 62 mph.

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The Speed variant has 530 horsepower, which enables it to go from 0 to 62 mph in 4.8 seconds, outpacing the Porsche Boxster. The Mulsanne’s V8 also includes sophisticated cylinder deactivation technology, but even with a conservative right foot, it will be challenging to attain the stated fuel economy of 19 mpg.

But let’s be honest—anyone looking to purchase a Bentley Mulsanne won’t be considering fuel efficiency anyhow. Even though its infotainment is beginning to feel dated, the Mulsanne offers enough of elegance and exclusivity, which is what they’re really after.