Mulliner coachbuilding division has created the special edition with a sporty outlook.
The appearance became sporty thankfully to black painted accents and 21-inch 5-spoke alloys with a black finish. The vehicle also boasts “Beluga Edition” sill plates and a dark tinted “Flying B” hood décor with laser-etched “Beluga Edition” inscription.
As you can see, the changes are light. However, the Mulsanne Speed benefits from a knurled sports gear selector, new premium leather upholstery and Piano Black, Burr Walnut or Dark Stained Burr Walnut trim. The vehicle is sporting a folding rear armrest featuring controls for powering rear seat.
The automaker has not specified other details. If the model is based on the aforementioned car, then it should ride with a 6.75-litre eight-cylinder motor generating 530 hp and torque of 811 pound-feet. In such a way, the car can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 4.8 seconds. Its top speed stands at 190 mph. As to fuel efficiency, it will return 12 miles per gallon in the city and 19 miles per gallon on the highway.