this is the Mulliner Batur

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No one is exempt from electrification, not even the manufacturers of luxury supercars. From 2030 Rolls-Royce will only make electric cars, and Bentley has just shown the world the new base design for your non-combustion vehicles. The Mulliner Batur is the model that will lay the foundations for Bentley’s farewell to gasoline, finally introducing a major change in the design lines of its great GT.

The Bentley Mulliner Batur is Bentley’s newest coupe. The main responsible for this design is Andreas Mindt, person behind the design of the well-known Audi e-tron GT. This vehicle is especially important to Bentley, as it its design represents the transition of the British manufacturer towards the electric car.

Goodbye to gasoline, but not yet

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The company aspires to be fully electric by 2030, and the Mulliner Batur is the first big step in laying the design foundation for its next coupés. Despite what this model implies, the Mulliner Batur is powered by a monstrous 6-litre W12 and power of 740 horsepower.

That’s almost 100 more horsepower than the Continental GT Mulliner, and 30 more than the power delivered by the Continental GT Supersport, the most powerful Bentley in history until the arrival of the new model. The Mulliner Batur the most squeezed engine in the company, accompanied by the new design line.

The plans of car brands to end combustion models and manufacture only electric cars

Interior Bentley Mulliner Vatur

The new design lines lead us to quite muscular sides, a fairly prominent grille and lower compared to the Continental GT family, in addition to an electric folding spoiler at the rear.

The production of this Mulliner Batur is limited to 18 units in the world, being all already sold at a price of 1.94 million dollars. Each of the Vaturs will be designed in collaboration with its owner, with first deliveries expected in 2023.

No one is exempt from electrification, not even the manufacturers of luxury supercars. From 2030 Rolls-Royce will only make electric…

No one is exempt from electrification, not even the manufacturers of luxury supercars. From 2030 Rolls-Royce will only make electric…

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