From its design and paintwork, to its upholstery and the engine start-stop button, everything is bespoke on this highly exclusive Bentley.
When you mention Bentley, all we can see are long-wheelbase vehicles with round headlights, plush interiors, and lengthy distances.
However, this is not the case with the brand-new Bentley Mulliner Batur, a two-door grand touring coupe from the British manufacturer ...
that is only produced in a limited quantity of 18 pieces and which hints to Bentley's upcoming design revolution.
The Batur exhibits a novel aesthetic that will gradually filter down to Bentley's next vehicles, including its battery electric cars.
Bentley's coach-building subsidiary, Mulliner, produces the customised, limited-edition model in-house. The Bacalar is replaced by this model.
The Batur also bears the name of an Indonesian natural body of water.
We think the name is a little strange, but considering that this is Bentley's most potent vehicle ever and comes equipped with a hand-built 6.0-liter,
twin-turbocharged W12 engine, we're confident there's more to this vehicle than its name.
Before the company switches to EVs, the W12's power, refinement, and torque are worth praising as it has been powering Bentleys for more than 20 years.
The sophisticated chassis's Speed-tuned air suspension, electric active anti-roll control, eLSD, four-wheel steering,
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