Bentley Mulsanne Sedan (2nd Gen)

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Brakes
6-piston, 400 mm (front) / single-piston, 370 mm (rear)
Suspension | Front
Double wishbone
Suspension | Rear
Multi-link

Dimensions

Size | Height
EWB1541 mm
SWB1521 mm
Size | Length
EWB5825 mm
SWB5575 mm
Size | Width
1926 mm
Tire Size
265/45 ZR20 (std), 265/40 ZR21 (optional, Speed)
Track Width | Front
1605 mm
Track Width | Rear
1651 mm
Weight
2685 kg (Mulsanne, Speed); 2730 kg (EWB)
Wheelbase
3266 mm

Performance

0-100 Km/h
EWB5.5 s
Mulsanne5.3 s
Speed4.9 s
Cargo Capacity
Trunk443 L / 15.6 cu ft
Coefficient Of Drag
0.33
Fuel Economy
15 L/100km
Top Speed
296 kph

Powertrain

Engine | Displacement
6752 cc
Engine | Power
Mulsanne505 hp @ 4000 rpm
Speed530 hp @ 4000 rpm
Engine | Torque
Mulsanne1020 Nm @ 1750-3250 rpm
Speed1100 Nm @ 1750-3250 rpm
Engine | Type
Twin-turbo V8
Fuel Capacity
96 L
Transmission | Gears
8-speed
Transmission | Type
Automatic ZF 8HP

Production

Debut
2009 Pebble Beach

Product Description

Mulsanne is Bentley's flagship luxury sedan. Handcrafted in England, it is meticulously detailed over around 400 hours by a team of highly skilled artisans. Mechanically, it is designed to deliver ultimate refinement in ride experience. Its look is exquisite as it is iconic.
The end of production of the Mulsanne marks the end of a long line of hand-built large sedans powered by the venerable 6.75-litre OHV V8.

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