The Mulsanne is a leather-lined, wood-adorned rolling lounge for the well-heeled motorist. A 505-hp 6.75-liter twin-turbo V-8 drives the rear wheels via an eight-speed automatic. Although perfect for chauffeur duty, the Mulsanne is also a driver’s car with sharp steering, a poised chassis, and the moves of a smaller car. Rear-seat passengers will be similarly charmed, especially when the Mulsanne is personalized through the Mulliner customization program and its wide range of bespoke features.
Mulsannes wear a fresh face and reshaped sheetmetal ahead of the A-pillars. Bumpers and lighting equipment at both ends of this ultraluxe sedan are new, and the interior is updated with modernized infotainment gear, additional leather-and-wood treatments, and creature comforts fit for a potentate. There are a few chassis fixes aimed at diminishing cabin noise and vibration. This is, after all, the world’s fourth-most-expensive sedan (after the Aston Martin Taraf and Rolls-Royce’s Phantom and long-wheelbase Ghost.
While the 505-hp 6.8-liter twin-turbo V-8 and the 530-hp version exclusive to the Mulsanne Speed carry on unchanged, there are a few notable driveline and chassis changes. A recalibrated ZF eight-speed automatic offers an S mode to keep the engine above 2000 rpm and turbos at the ready. The air-spring suspension has a Sport mode (in addition to default and Comfort settings) with tighter body-motion control and more precise steering response. Ride height is automatically reduced at highway speeds for enhanced stability and lower drag.
Likewise, new active engine mounts and suspension bushings plus a one-inch foam liner inside each tire diminish cabin noise by a claimed four decibels.. Call us and together we can find out the best option for you..