Is the Bentley Mulsanne Speed a Car to Drive or Be Driven In?

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This is one of those first-world problems you've probably been reading about.

Unveiling the Mulsanne Speed back in September, Bentley assured potential buyers that its latest creation, that offered “the fastest ultra-luxury driving experience in the world,” was a car that should be driven and not be driven in. Autocar’s Steve Sutcliffe headed to Miami to see if the British carmaker’s assertion was genuine and while not disappointed with the unparalleled sophistication of the cabin and ride feel of the 6.75-liter twin-turbo V8-powered cruiser, the Mulsanne Speed was still more limousine than performance sedan.

Simply put, you’ll be happy sitting in any of the Speed’s luxurious four seats. Just try not to spill any ketchup on the fine leather upholstery after visiting the drive thru.

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