Bentley to Introduce Third Custom-Built Car on May 7, 2024, Following Bacalar and Batur Editions

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After Limited-edition Bacalar And Batur, Bentley To Unveil The Third Coachbuilt Car On 7 May 2024

Bentley Motors is set to unveil its third coachbuilt car on May 7, 2024, following the success of the limited-edition 2-door Bacalar and Batur Coupe. With production restricted to just 16 units, the new model targets an exclusive group of ultra-wealthy customers, maintaining the brand’s tradition of luxury and scarcity.

The previous offerings, the meticulously crafted Bacalar and Batur Coupe, were incredibly exclusive, with only 12 and 18 units produced respectively. Despite the lack of official pricing or name for the upcoming model, anticipation suggests it will be in high demand even before its unveiling, following the trend set by its predecessors.

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Crafted by Bentley’s in-house bespoke division Mulliner, the newest addition to the coachbuilt family promises to offer unparalleled customization. Each client will collaborate with Mulliner to create a truly unique vehicle tailored to their desires, ensuring a bespoke driving experience.

Powered by Bentley’s renowned 6.0-litre twin-turbocharged W12 engine, the upcoming model represents one of the final iterations to feature this iconic powertrain. With its hand-assembled craftsmanship, the engine has been a cornerstone of Bentley’s success for the past two decades, adding to the allure of the forthcoming release.

While specifics such as pricing, specifications, and the model’s name remain undisclosed, industry speculation suggests that, like its predecessors, the third coachbuilt Bentley will be quickly snapped up by eager buyers. The Bacalar and Batur, each commanding a price tag of $2 million, reportedly sold out before their official unveiling, indicating a similar trajectory for Bentley’s latest bespoke creation.


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