All trims of the Mulsanne can be had with unique detailing, features and the standard extra kit. The appearance of the Mulsanne hasn't changed much, apart from the 'Flying B' bonnet ornament in the front. However, there are many changes to the interior as the carmaker's intention is to offer a first-class cabin.
On those lines, the Extended Wheelbase edition boasts of a 'Fulbeck' wood veneer, which is sourced from a super-rare 350-year-old English walnut tree. The seats feature the Union Jack embroidery and the picnic tables get special overlays. Another unique feature is a bespoke Mulliner sterlink silver vanity kit, which is created by Asprey of London. Customers can also opt for a champagne cooler.
The Mulsanne First Edition will see a limited run of 50 units and will be slotted above the Mulsanne range. It is one of the most exclusive Bentleys and also the Crewe automaker's flagship model. Prices have not been revealed yet, but all the three versions of the Mulsanne including standard, Speed and Extended Wheelbase will get this First Edition package.