The Bentley Mulliner Bacalar will only be the second two-seat Bentley since 1930
Bentley is all set to reveal its new limited edition by Mulliner on March 3 at 08:30 GMT, in front of the curious public at the Geneva Motor Show. So far, we knew that the Bacalar will be hand-built for a few by Mulliner, and that it will be rolling on rather sporty diamond-cut alloys. Now, Bentley reveals that it’s also its first series-production two-seater since 1930, which once again suggests plenty of horsepower.
The team at Crewe says the two-seat layout and wraparound cockpit “creates a luggage space behind the exquisitely stitched front seats, occupied by a bespoke pair of travel cases trimmed to match the interior materials, all of which are sustainably sourced.”
Next to the Mulliner Bacalar, Bentley will display the new Bentley Continental GT Mulliner Convertible, along with the wildly futuristic electric study, the EXP 100 GT.