Over the past few months, Bentley’s coachbuilding division have been secretly building a Middle East exclusive Mulsanne and this here it is.
Limited to just four units, each model is inspired by the Sinjari Falcon. These birds of prey can be found in and around the Arabian Peninsula and a share their name with the Sinjari mountains in Iraq. Coated in two-tone Anthracite and Onyx, thin gold stripes run from head to toe. Each 21-inch rim is finished in gloss black to complete the look and to top it all off; the Flying ‘B’ upfront is gold plated.
Inside, the exclusivity continues with Sinjari embroidery, exclusive black and white leather upholstery and wooden finish moulded from oak, maple, walnut and bodark. As a finishing touch, Sinjari and the Falcon of the same name is imprinted in gold on the passenger glove box. As for additional optional extras, these models have identical features to top of the range Mulsanne models.
Bentley hasn’t modified anything under the bonnet, leaving the massive 6.75-litre V8 engine powering the rear wheels and pumping out 505 horsepower. Just in case that isn’t enough, Speed variants are available with an extra 25 horsepower.
Two models of these limited Mulsanne’s have already landed in the region while the two other builds are being completed at the factory.
Buying one of these could prove difficult as each one is for select customers in the Middle East and they have allegedly already been chosen. No price tag is known, over AED one million seems right.