This is the all-new Mulliner Batur, the most powerful car in Bentley’s history.
It’s also one of the brand’s last internal combustion engine cars before it transitions to an all-electric future.
As such, Bentley wanted to go out with a bang.
And that it did, because this car is an absolute beast.
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The Bentley Mulliner Batur is a 6-liter twin-turbo W12 capable of delivering more than 730 hp.
The car, which is limited to just 18 examples, is actually named after a Volcanic crater in Bali.
And Bentley did that for a very specific reason.
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The exterior of the car is minimalistic and almost peaceful, just like the lake that surrounds the volcano.
Inside, it’s a different story.
The interior of the car was given a fiery, loud design to match the aggression of the volcano.
Bentley Mulliner Batur Interior
Because it’s named after a crater, the interior has been finished with intense reds and oranges.
And for the first time on a Bentley interior, the car has ombre colors.
The intense reds transition into oranges on the steering wheel and the doors transition from a stark black to light grey.
In fact, designers employed one of the most unique materials ever used in a car; coffee beans.
Yep, the material on the interior of the doors is actually created out of coffee beans.
The unique design features don’t end there either.
The start-stop button is surrounded by 3D printed 18k gold.
There are gold accents on the steering wheel too.
And on the dash, there is a sound wave of a W12 engine just to remind the driver of the power they’re wielding.
Bentley has created overnight bags exclusive to the 18 owners of the car.
The bags, which are hidden behind the driver’s seat, are designed to match the front grille.
They are an optional extra, but if you’ve got the means to buy a Mulliner Batur, how could you say no?
The exterior wears a minimal, paired-back design.
For starters, the taillights are so narrow they appear almost non-existent.
Below those, Bentley has given the car 3D-printed exhaust tips.
The car has 22-inch wheels with weighted logos at the center, meaning the B will always be upright as the wheels turn.
Bentley told Supercar Blondie the car showcased design features the company would use in its future EVs.
At 1,650,000 ($1,800,000 USD), buyers of the car will also be able to customize it how they like.
Just 18 examples of the Mulliner Batur will ever be made and they’re already sold out.