Bentley Mulliner Batur is a turning point in the carmaker’s design history

But the Batur’s fantastic performance is fueled by much more than its rapier-like shape.

Bentley's new Mulliner Batur will have a beastly power output of 740 PS

Bentley Mulliner Batur.

The most powerful version of the six-liter, twin-turbocharged Bentley W12 engine is beneath its sparkling bonnet. The Bentley Mulliner Batur’s engine is incredibly powerful. The most advanced version of Bentley’s iconic W12 has been exclusively upgraded to produce a power output of around 710 HP (740PS).

The Batur, like every coachbuilt automobile Mulliner builds, provides a level of luxury that is unique to Mulliner and is made possible by a veritable exhibition of cutting-edge methods and materials.

The first Batur to be created will be an engineering prototype called Car Zero, following Mulliner’s standard coachbuilding practices. It will be outfitted with digital chassis technology that has been perfected on the Continental GT Speed. Car Zero will be pushed to the limit on the test track, where the Batur’s driving qualities will ultimately take shape.

The front and rear LED light apertures are smaller and more clearly defined. The grille has a more angular, technical form, and three-dimensional contrast-painted parts create visual depth.

Bentley's new Mulliner Batur will have a beastly power output of 740 PS

Bentley Mulliner Batur front

Mulliner Batur involves more than just the fine details; it appears to be sitting on its back axle due to an exquisite, long bonnet, which highlights the car’s powerful haunches and wide track. The long bonnet ends in a more erect, self-assured version of the iconic Bentley grille, an undeniable symbol of power and prestige.

Together, these characteristics provide a genuinely striking new shape. The Batur is an automobile designed just to thrill, making it a unique example of form following function.

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