Don't kid yourself - this is the Mulsanne Speed Convertible.
Following an online reveal earlier this week, and after enjoying its world debut in Los Angeles, Bentley is still yet to officially confirm whether its Grand Convertible Concept will receive the production green light. Nonetheless, consider it a foregone conclusion that a droptop variant of the Mulsanne Speed will be built. As if customers like it, then Bentley will build it. And we think they will love it. After all, why wouldn't they?
The gorgeous Sequin Blue paintjob with a silver “liquid metal” finish to the hood and windscreen frame looks superb, while the Mulsanne’s 6.75-liter twin-turbo V8, delivering 530 hp and 811 lb-ft of torque, means it will have all the grunt anyone could ever wish for. The hand-crafted cabin is swathed in progressive-diamond quilted tan leather with Sequin Blue stitching, contrasted with Beluga leather and polished chrome trim, while the tonneau, hand-fashioned from Burr Walnut, is made from the largest piece of wood veneer ever used on a Bentley.