2012 Bentley Mulsanne Vision Concept review and pictures

Posted on Monday, 20 August 2012 , 09:08:40 byDan

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Bentley Mulsanne Vision Concept

Two years ago, Bentley revealed the Mulsanne sedan and this left the Continental GTC range as the only open-roof models the carmaker had. This changed a little now, as the specialists revealed, but only for a few, their new Bentley Mulsanne Vision Concept. This model might be a true replacement for the Azure. The bad news is that the carmaker refused the photographers to take any pictures and the sketches in the gallery are the only ones available so far.

The new vehicle has a steeply raked windshield, a shorter wheelbase and also two lengthened doors. The doors have inside panels that have two latches on each interior panel. This way, the rear seat passengers can open them from the inside as well. This is not really all we know. The Bentley Mulsanne Vision Concept also features LED accent lights on the top of the rear deck-lid. On the inside four passengers fit in comfortably. Here we will find very soft leather, signature wood and also polished stainless steel. The new Bentley Mulsanne Vision Concept will be the most elegant and complex convertible in the world thanks to its refined luxury grand touring experience.

The carmaker started building open-top cars back in 1919. The first one was the 1920s 3.0-liter race-bred followed by the 1950s Park Ward S1 Drophead Coupe and the Corniche. Then there is the most recent one, the Azure. Bentley specialists have developed a lot of glamorous and desirable convertible models and will continue to do so, for sure. The Bentley Mulsanne Vision Concept is expected to go into production soon and the carmaker might reve