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Bentley has long been associated with the Mulliner moniker, having comissioned the centuries-old company to design the coachwork for many of its original road cars. In the modern sense, Mulliner is an official department of Bentley, in charge of crafting customized vehicles for those buyers who want something more bespoke than what's on offer from the automaker's standard product line. Their latest creation is the Bentley Mulsanne Mulliner Driving Specification, the first time that the Mulliner name has been applied to Bentley's new flagship sedan.

While much of the Mulsanne remains the same including the twin-turbo 6.75-liter twin-turbo V8, it's the small touches that set the Mulliner Driving Specification apart. The interior gets unique features such as 'Flying B' wing vents and special diamond-quilted leather seats and trim that uses an improved perforation process. The exterior is set apart with new lightweight 21-inch aluminum wheels available in painted or polished finishes as well as subtle Mulliner badging on the front fenders. Customers can also choose from a dizzying array of 100 exterior paint colors and 22 interior leather colors. Finally, a new 'Sport' setting allows the driver to select a suspension and steering setup for improved handling and feedback.

The Bentley Mulsanne Mulliner Driving Specification will be making its debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month alongside the standard Mulsanne that receives a few new options for 2013. Follow the jump for all the details in the official press release from Bentley, or check out the high-res photos in the gallery above.Continue reading 2013 Bentley Mulsanne Mulliner Driving Specification slated for Geneva debut

2013 Bentley Mulsanne Mulliner Driving Specification slated for Geneva debut originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 23 Feb 2012 10:29:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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