After the success of the Bacalar and the Blower Continuation Series, Bentley is expected to make a big announcement for its Mulliner division on July 24.
At the upcoming Goodwood Festival of Speed, Bentley is planning to announce the next project for its Mulliner division. The “next chapter” arrives after Bentley saw an impressive response with the Blower Continuation Series and the special Bacalar roadster.
According to a statement, the company said that the new Mulliner build will "combine exceptional design, engineering, and handcraftsmanship," and that's all we know about the new project. If the past is of any indication then the next one could be something new, old, or right in between.
The Bentley Bacalar from Mulliner was introduced in 2020 with 650hp in its holster, a heavily modified Bentley Continental GT Convertible design and just two seats. Bentley only produced 12 examples of the car for 1.5 million GBP each. Interestingly, all of the 12 cars were sold before the company even dropped the wraps on them.
Ahead of the Bacalar was the Blower Continuation Series that debuted in 2019 that harked back to the brand’s 1929 model. Bentley had limited the production to just 12 examples combining state-of-the-art manufacturing practices with old-school craftsmanship techniques.
The new Mulliner project will be showcased alongside the new Flying Spur S, the new Continental GT Mulliner, and others. Bentley could also bring along the Blower Continuation Series Car Zero, which will race up the festival's hill climb event.