It remains to be seen how comprehensive the new Mulsanne’s facelift will be but judging on past experience, we don’t expect many changes. Automobile Magazine reports that it will receive a slightly larger and more upright front grille as well as a set of redesigned headlights. It’s inevitable that some small tweaks will also be made to the front and rear bumpers.
Recently discussing the Mulsanne, the company’s chief executive Wolfgang Durheimer revealed that the British marque is planning to offer additional derivatives of the Mulsanne and that will start with the recently reported Mulsanne Grand Convertible.
The Bentley Mulsanne currently utilises a 6.75-litre twin-turbocharged V8 petrol engine. In range-topping Mulsanne Speed guise, that powertrain pumps out 530 hp resulting in an impressive 4.9 second sprint to 100 km/h.