Saturday, March 20, 2010

Bentley Mulsanne

"If you have to ask how much??? You cant affort it! "

Ok since I feel classy waking up this morning let me share something classy out of my cache. The Bentley Mulsanne! Some of you might hear of this behemoth but to most let me tell you a story. These days when something means something, the Mulsanne comes in real deal some thing! Descended from an incomparable bloodline of truly potent machines. The word is MORE. Nothing succeeds like excess. If you have to ask how much, you can’t afford it!haha. Its target market comprises individuals who already own a fleet of exotica and regard grand saloons and flagship SUVs as prudent purchases; a kind of person who is likely to say “ let your people talk to my people and sort out the details”. Lelz.

The Mulsanne is essentially an old-style behemoth that unashamedly draws on the marquee’s racing pedigree powered by the most powerful engine, V8, the B has ever created and to apply general criteria when evaluating this product is pointless. The beautiful monster journey towards a top speed of 296 km/h. It powers up to 530hp and a maximum torque of 1050Nm, the highest ever torque output of any V8. The 6.7L twin-turbo charged V8 is capable of reaching 0-100 km/h in just 5.3 seconds. That’s whooping wosh! The fastest 0-100km acceleration car I ever blogged. Fuel consumption is at 25L/100km for city driving and a little lower for country. This is acceptable in V8 powered machines.

At more thatn 5.5m in length and 2.2m wide, the avant garde Mulsanne does little to obscure its portly dimensions. It has grammatically raked front and rear screens, elongated, pillarless glass areas and broad haunches. Bentley claims the “floating rear screen” effect could only be created by its coachbuilders attaching the rear quarter-panels and roof by hand.

The interior layout is absolutely retro, trimmed in genuine wood, seas of smooth sumptuous leather, and wooly thick-pile carpeting. But don’t be deceived, beneath the signature classic look is the best technology available ranging from advanced electronic systems to four-zone air conditioning and soundproofing you can’t hear you mom yelling on you from outside!Lelz. Music enthusiasts like me will love the audio system designed exclusively by Naim, British audio company recognized for its specialist sound systems, for the Bentley Mulsanne. Might not be the concept cars like the Seat Bocanegra and Lamborgini Gallardo, but few machines can match her presence.

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