Bentley Mulsanne

For a decade the Bentley Mulsanne was the biggest and baddest automobile to wear the Flying B and this week the last of the majestic four-doors have left the production line at its home in Crewe, England. As for stats, the Mulsanne was produced in Crewe, Cheshire, England for eleven years with over 700 people putting in almost three million hours of work to create one of the finest vehicles on the planet. This all amounts to 7,300 cars, 42 million spot welds, 90,000 hours of polishing, and over four million individual quality checkpoints. 

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