It’s good to be the king: Exclusive Bentley Mulsanne Majestic is revealed in the Gulf States

Bentley Mulsanne Majestic
Bentley vehicles usually don’t need to ramp up the luxury, but some customers require that extra bit of refinement to set them apart from the rest. This is why Bentley Motors has launched the Bentley Mulsanne Majestic Edition, a very exclusive version of its flagship luxury sedan outfitted for Royalty.

“The Mulsanne Majestic is inspired by our customers’ strong understanding of traditional royal values and the strong family unit. The ideal of Majesty is well received here and links perfectly to one of the most luxurious and unique models we’ve ever built., said Trevor Gay, Bentley Motors VIP and Special Sales Manager in the Middle East.

This royal edition will feature a special ivory exterior color giving it a very neutral tone. It also receives bespoke 21-inch Milliner branded alloy wheels and “Majestic”  badges on the front wheel arches.

Bentley Mulsanne Majestic

Inside, passengers will see Majestic badging across the interior cabin, from the rear iPad tables, the cupholders, and even on two loose throw pillows that are trimmed and piped in the same material as the Magnolia seats. This is offset by dark tan carpets and black privacy curtains in the rear.

“This is an extremely limited edition, which will appeal to Bentley enthusiasts who demand the highest standards in luxury and performance from their cars, but who also want exclusivity and grandeur,” Gay continues.

He’s not exaggerating, either. Only 15 Mulsanne Majestics will be made, five of which are already destined for Qatar, specifically to Al Wajba Motors in Doha. The remaining Mulsanne Majestics will be divided between Saudi Arabia and the UAE.

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