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After nearly a decade as Bentley's flagship model, the Mulsanne will soon complete its production run and pass its torch to the all new Flying Spur.

06 Apr 2020 | International News : U.K.


After nearly a decade as Bentley's flagship model, the Mulsanne will soon complete its production run and pass its torch to the all new Flying Spur.

Production of the Mulsanne was due to finish in April, but has now been extended so that the final cars will be handcrafted when the Bentley workforce returns to the Crewe factory after the COVID-19 crisis.

Each individual Mulsanne requires over 400 hours of handcraft in the Crewe factory in the U.K.
The Mulsanne is handcrafted from the ground up in Crewe, where it is also designed, engineered and developed from initial hand sketches through to final production sign-off.

The people behind the Mulsanne, the Mulsanne Makers, encapsulate all that the Mulsanne represents - unrivalled dedication to engineering and producing a sector-defining sedan with the use of traditional skills and materials, culminating in the ultimate combination of luxury and performance.

Over 7,300 examples have passed through the hands of the Mulsanne Makers, each car requiring over 400 hours of supreme skill and attention to detail to craft.
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