The inspiration for the number of Grand Convertibles to be built - just 19 - celebrates the year that Bentley was founded, 1919. In profile, the sculptural elegance of the open-top flagship is at its most striking, with the stand-alone A-pillar cutting upwards at a rakish angle from the long, imposing bonnet. The impact of this luxurious design is further enhanced with the customers' choice of duo-tone paintwork. With the roof down, the handcrafted tonneau is revealed. Book-matched and mirror-finished, the tonneau features the largest piece of wood veneer ever applied to a Bentley. Fashioned entirely by hand, this veneer is finished with elegant parallel lines of chromed steel.
The wheels hint at the enormous power and torque that wait under the bonnet. With 530hp and 1,100Nm of torque from Bentley's 6.75L twin-turbo V8 engine of the flagship Mulsanne, the Grand Convertible by Mulliner offers the luxury of effortless performance to match its unparalleled style."