Bentley’s in-house customisation arm will soon launch its latest limited edition project – a two-seat grand tourer called the Bacalar
Bentley’s in-house customisation arm, Mulliner, will launch a limited-edition two-seat grand tourer at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show. Called the Bacalar, it will be positioned as a new halo model for the Bentley brand, which the company says will be “offered for purchase to only a very few.”
These latest teaser images preview the Bacalar’s cabin, which will adopt a two-seat layout, a wrap-around cockpit design and a large luggage compartment behind the seats. Bentley has also confirmed that each buyer will receive a pair of unique travel cases, trimmed in the same material as their car’s interior.
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Bentley has hinted that the exterior design of the Bacalar will draw heavy inspiration from the EXP 100 GT concept, which was revealed last summer. While that was a car created merely to celebrate the brand’s centenary using an all-electric drivetrain, the Bacalar will be a production car offered only to Bentley’s most prospective customers – and it’s almost certain that it will be powered by the firm’s trademark twelve-cylinder engine.
As such, it’s not impossible to imagine the Bacalar being a Mulliner coachbuilt variant of the latest Continental GT. However, Bentley’s teaser campaign makes it difficult to confirm this – the brand’s official video only showed the car’s dramatic rear end, while our previous teaser image shows only a single diamond cut wheel.
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