The Bentley Bacalar was originally supposed to make its debut at the Geneva International Motor Show, which got cancelled due to Coronavirus concerns…
Coachbuilt cars are always serious collectables to long for. The Bentley Mulliner is the oldest coachbuilding company in the world. They have just taken veils off their newest product- the Bentley Bacalar. The unveiling was previously supposed to happen at the Geneva International Motor Show, which had recently been cancelled due to Coronavirus concerns.
The Bacalar is an ultra-exclusive two-seater housing a massive 6.0-litre W12 TSI engine, breathing out 650 horses (and a whopping 667 lb.ft as well), under its hood! There would also be a thrilling All wheel drive system on offer on the car. That sounds as crazy as the actual design of the Bacalar, which by the way, lacks a roof forever!
The Bacalar happens to be the rarest two-door Bentley of modern times with just 12 units being built, and all of them already been allocated to a bunch of lucky customers from around the globe. The design draws stark inspiration from the EXP 100 GT concept car, that was launched last summer to celebrate the brand’s centenary.
The Bacalar features an absolutely stunning wrap-around cockpit that blends the centre console seamlessly into the dash and the doors.
The Bentley Mulliner Bacalar also stands out for the fact that it has been built in the world’s first Carbon Neutral factory for luxury car production. It also uses a number of sustainable, ethically sourced materials in the production process, like a paint containing ash from rice husks, natural British wool, 5000-year-old Riverwood sourced from the ancient Fenlands of East Anglia etc… Now you know where all your money go, don’t ya?