The 2014 Mulsanne receives updates to its rear-passenger area that include airline-style headrests, new footrests and seat cushions, and window curtains in place of the previous window shades. A new, U.K.-made entertainment package with in-car Wi-Fi also joins the feature list.
The Milliner Driving Specification edition offers sport-tuned suspension and steering along with larger wheels and aesthetic enhancements. New features for the Mulsanne include a tinted glass sunroof and a bottle cooler that comes with hand-blown crystal Champagne flutes.
The 2014 Bentley Mulsanne is one of the most opulent sedans money can buy. And to do that, you'll need a mountain of it. At over $300,000, Bentley's flagship flies in the rarefied company of its British stablemate Rolls-Royce and appeals to the most discriminating clientele. Buyers who don't bat an eye at the Mulsanne's cost will be rewarded with not just an awe-inspiring automobile, but an aristocratic experience. Massive in size, prodigious in power and fitted with every imaginable accoutrement, this majestic sedan deserves its status as transportation reserved for royalty. Whether used as a chauffeur's chariot or a personal vehicle, the Mulsanne makes a statement few others can touch. You could obtain similar levels of refinement for hundreds of thousands less, but you wouldn't be buying a Bentley.