The Geneva Motor Show is known for over-the-top supercars and hugely expensive luxury cars, so it’s fitting that Bentley unveiled its Mulsanne Grand Limousine at the Swiss show.
The car is built by Mulliner, the British automaker’s bespoke division, and they say it’s the “ultimate expression of bespoke automotive luxury, craftsmanship, individualization and refinement.” The car is technically a one-off private commission, but Bentley basically built it with a message that if you want and can pay for it, they will build you one too.
The Bentley Mulsanne Grand Limousine is 79 mm taller than the standard Mulsanne, but features a unique interior and back seat seating reminiscent of a private jet. There’s also “smart glass” that allows the passenger to control the window between the driver and the back seat to be transparent or opaque.
The four back seats face each other, there are iPad charging stations, fold-out tables, a bottle cooler, soft drink cabinet and bespoke glasses to drink from. Of course, generous legroom, beautiful leather and everything you expect in a Bentley is included.