Bentley unveils Grand Convertible to compete head on with the Phantom Drophead Coupe (to which it bears an uncanny resemblance!)
Bentley claim the new convertible is not ‘merely’ a roofless Mulsanne, but rather a Mulsanne Speed, powered by a 6.75-litre engine with 530 horsepower and 811 pound-feet of torque, and fitted with the directional wheels only available on the Mulsanne Speed. Finished outside in two tone Sequin Blue with a liquid metal hood and windshield frame and a burl walnut veneer on the tonneau cover (almost identical to the one introduced by Rolls Royce some eight years ago with the Drophead). The cabin is covered in Beluga leather with blue cross-stitching. The car will be on the floor at the LA Auto Show starting this week.