Bentley has recently released a newly-produced film celebrating the life of the Mulsanne, compiling a number of memorable highlights over the past decade. From the world’s first glimpse of the all-new Mulsanne at Pebble Beach back in 2009, through to the recently revealed final encore in the exclusive 6.75 Edition by Mulliner, the Mulsanne is not short of extraordinary milestones.

With Bentley’s factory temporarily shut down to protect the workforce during the COVID-19 crisis, the Mulsanne’s reign as Bentley’s flagship model has been extended a little further, with production now likely to end in the summer as the 30 cars that make up the 6.75 Edition by Mulliner are handcrafted in Crewe.

When the last car completes its 600-item quality inspection, the Mulsanne’s time as the pinnacle modern Bentley will draw a close, and the baton will be handed to the new Flying Spur – a worthy successor, having recently been reviewed as “the new best car in the world”.

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Bentley Motors is considered as one of the most sought after luxury car brand in the world. The company’s headquarters in Crewe is home to all of its operations including design, R&D, engineering and production of the company’s four model lines, Bentayga, Continental, Flying Spur and Mulsanne. The combination of fine craftsmanship, using skills that have been handed down through generations, alongside engineering expertise and cutting-edge technology is unique to UK luxury car brands such as Bentley. It is also an example of high-value British manufacturing at its best. Bentley employs around 4,000 people at Crewe.