• In Russia there will be new car models Bentley

  • In November in Russia will start sales of the new Bentley Mulsanne. About it the correspondent "Tapes.ru" has told the representative a press-services of the car brand. In the domestic market are three models: Mulsanne, the Mulsanne Speed sports and Mulsanne Extended Wheelbase.

    "The new Mulsanne is the epitome of manually created luxury and technical perfection. This car is a superb example of Bentley's DNA," commented the head of the brand in Russia, Marco van Alten. Car prices not yet named.

    The official presentation of the updated line Mulsanne was held in the spring of 2016 during the international motor show in Geneva. The car accelerates to 100 kilometers per hour in 5.3 seconds and a top speed of 296 kilometers per hour. The V8 engine of the new Mulsanne is equipped with key technologies: function of a partial shutdown of the cylinders and variable valve timing that allows to reduce fuel consumption and emissions.

    http://lenta.ru

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