Bentley showcases ritzy and rare cars at Monterey Car Week

Bentley Monterey Car Week

At the recent 2021 Monterey Car Week, Bentley unveiled the Bacalar (among other highlight cars), held 100 test drives, and drew 2,500 visitors to the four-day swanky motor show

Among the cars Bentley presented at the Monterey Car Week was the Flying Spur Mulliner. The premium sedan featured a “Double Diamondfront grille and chrome front lower grille, which are matched by bespoke Mulliner-branded wing vents and Satin Silver painted mirror cap. 

Bentley Flying Spur Mulliner

The Continental GT and Convertible joined the display to represent the Mulliner Collection of coachbuilt cars

The coachbuilt portfolio was demonstrated by a prototype of “Car Zero” of the Bacalar project. Finished in Scarab green paint and a retrimmed cabin, both specifically created for Monterey Car Week, 12 of the exclusive cars for customer are being made in Mulliner’s workshop. Clients also had the chance to take the Bacalar for a spin. 

Bentley Monterey Car Week

The final star attraction from Mulliner was the Classic portfolio in the form of the engineering prototype of the Blower Continuation Series. Having completed 6,000-mile development and durability tests, Blower Car Zero was run on the roads around the peninsula every day during Monterey Car Week, covering 350 miles without missing a beat.

Customers, media, and guests were treated to passenger rides in the world’s first pre-war continuation car. 

To show the British car marque's shift to electric power, the Flying Spur and Bentayga Hybrid strutted their shiny wheels and grilles. 

Photos from Bentley

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