Most Expensive Bentley Ever Revealed

Tue 10th Mar 2020

Luxury car manufacturer Bentley has unveiled the most expensive car it has ever produced in its 100 year history, and despite its eye-watering price tag it doesn’t have a roof.

The Mulliner Bacalar comes with an initial cost of £1.8m, though that could rise beyond the £2m mark with customisation for new owners. 

With a 6.0-litre engine, a top speed of 200mph, and the ability to hit 60mph in just 3.5 seconds, the Bacalar was due to be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show, but due to the cancellation due to coronavirus we will have to make do with the stunning images for now. Not that the lack of a glamorous launch will affect sales - only 12 of the two-seater supercars have been built and they are already sold.

Adrian Hallmark, chairman and chief executive of Bentley Motors, said: “The Bentley Mulliner Bacalar is our ultimate expression of an open-top, luxury grand tourer, and of the immense capabilities of our team in Crewe.

“In Bacalar, we have created a fully bespoke Bentley, orientated towards a two seat open top experience, and carrying a number of the forward thinking elements of future luxury, first heralded in our EXP100GT as part of our Centenary celebrations last year.

“Bacalar is a rare and remarkable Bentley, and whilst clearly defined, will be an extraordinary and collaborative experience for just twelve discerning people who will now co-create, collect, drive and treasure one of twelve being built.

“Our customers are as excited as we are about Bacalar, as it brings our team and discerning enthusiasts together, to create the finest bespoke, hand-built cars, and push the boundaries of our imagination and capabilities.”