Bentley Continental GTC W12 Mulliner
A Bentley Continental GTC is in itself a delightful blend of British refinement and German precision, and let this one be unique. This (newly) cut diamond may also be one of the few to crown itself with the title Mulliner. A bit excessive? We’ll come back to that later.
The Mulliner roots go way back, as far back as the 1500s. Back then, Mulliner developed luxury horse-drawn carriages. In 1923, Bentley and Mulliner joined forces and developed the first two-seater 3.0-litre Bentley. In the early 1950s, they were behind one of the most iconic Bentleys ever built, the R-Type Continental. This model is the inspiration behind this GTC Mulliner.
This coachbuilder builds premium options on the super-stylised Grand Tourer. Mulliner has its own workshop in Crewe, under the there this example has been taken in hand.
As already mentioned, a newly cut diamond. Indeed, this is the first Dutch-delivered Mulliner. One that has been neatly maintained and has performed its necessary running hours, emphasis on necessary. The first and only owner has toured it a total of only 6,600 kilometres. The Mulliner is rich in options, including the beautiful quilted leather interior, 20″ Split Rim Alloy Wheels and Mulliner Driving Specifications. The heart consists of a 6.0-litre W12 block delivers 559 HP and 700 Nm of torque with agility. A mix consisting of sporty performance, lavish comfort and elegance are the pillars of pure enjoyment, don’t you think?
As far as we are concerned, an ultra luxurious specimen that will gladly open its roof for you and put its twelve-cylinder still hard at work. Lower yourself into the still new-smelling leather seats, off to the Riviera!