When you picture the Bentley Mulsanne, many words come to mind. These words may include decadent, spacious, and maybe even enormous. One customer didn't agree entirely with that description, though. So Mulliner, Bentley's in-house coachbuilder, added three feet to the Mulsanne's length and three inches to its height, turning it into a limousine. This allowed Bentley to fit a pair of rear-facing seats for a total capacity of six seats. Trust us, these seats are comfortable too.
The Bentley Mulsanne Grand Limousine features a completely bespoke interior. The windows are even made out of a special electrochromic glass that can go from clear to opaque at the push of a button. We guess that window shades are a bit too pedestrian for Bentley's customers. Rear seat occupants will also have access to an updated climate control system, fold-out wood tables, iPad charging stations and a full complement of drink storage, including a bottle cooler with a frosted glass and champagne flutes. (Obviously rich people love to drink in the back seat of cars.) The car even features an intercom system so you can tell your driver to take you to your private helipad or yacht. Maybe use one to get to the other?
Since this was a custom job by Mulliner it may never see "mass" production. However, Bentley is more than willing to go out of its way for the right customer, so if someone at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show really fancies the Mulsanne Grand Limousine then there might just be another one (or two) of these one the road sooner rather than later.