Roadster Bacalar became the most rare and expensive model Bentley

Roadster Bacalar became the most rare and expensive model Bentley


Spectacular innovation which has almost nothing in common with the Continental GTC convertible, but is equipped with an impressive price tag.

Bacalar was created almost entirely in the “court” Atelier Mulliner, which is considered the oldest existing now in the world of bodybuilding. However, to get in line fans hand exclusive Bentley too late: Bacalar will be born just 12 copies, and each of them already has its owner.

Bentley to call its new “most rare two-door Bentley of the modern era”, but Bacalar was not only a two-door, but double – for the first time since 1930 CRU created a model. The extravagant design of the Roadster refers to the appearance of ambiguous concept EXP 100 GT, but unlike the coupe-prototype of the roof at the Bacalar not at all. It is curious that something this exclusive with serial Continental GTC all have in common – but it’s only a door handle which applied, to facilitate the integration of the Keyless entry system. The rest of the bodywork is completely original.


In comparison with “Continental” Roadster widened by 20 mm rear track, set the new 22-inch specially designed wheels and deprived of its traditional logo rear: the aft Roadster elegant font pictured his name. And the interior is decorated with the rarest types of leather, wool and wood, which are only available to the manufacturer. For example, wood veneer is made of wood, five thousand years spent in the peat bogs of East Anglia. In addition, Bacalar is supplied with a set of bags and suitcases with the same stitching used in the interior.

Driving the Roadster is branded six-liter W12, which this time develops 650 HP and 900 Nm of torque. With the help of eight-speed robot, it accelerates this is unique to 100 km/h in just three and a half seconds and a top speed Bentley Mulliner Bacalar is stated at around 322 km/h.

And the final touch: the whole dozen roadsters sold at a minimum price of 1.5 million pounds.

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