Bentley Bacalar Price

 The Bentley Bacalar, unveiled as one of the stars of the 2020 Geneva Motor Show, has finally arrived. Following the cancellation of the 2020 Geneva Motor Show due to Covid-19, Bentley was forced to forego the glamorous announcement they had hoped for, and instead, the new vehicle from Bentley was revealed via a direct data dump to media outlets worldwide. The Bentley Bacalar, with a production limit of only 12 cars, will be one of the most exclusive vehicles on the market.

Bentley Bacalar Price

Without being seen by consumers, all twelve of this vehicle's production line have already been sold, with not a single buyer withdrawing due to financial difficulties caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. The 2021 Bentley Bacalar is the company's first two-seater vehicle in 90 years, and it has already piqued the interest of car enthusiasts and the automotive world. 

The new Bentley vehicle, which features ground-breaking technology, is unquestionably pricey. The Bentley Bacalar, which is officially priced at $1.9 million, does not have a roof, which is somewhat surprising given that Bentley is a British car manufacturer and it does rain quite a bit in the British Isles.

What makes this car worth nearly $2 million?

The British automaker anticipates a 0-60mph time of 3.5 seconds and a top speed of more than 200 mph, though this does not explain the price of Bentley's new vehicle. It's the fine details that set this car apart from the competition, both in terms of what you get for your money and in terms of pricing. The car's trim panelling is made of 5000-year-old petrified wood from the East Anglia region of England, which is paired with natural British wool and is entirely hand-stitched.

Aside from the physical benefits of purchasing the Bentley Bacalar, there are also the natural prestige and intangible benefits that come with such a vehicle. There will only be a dozen Bentley Bacalars driving around the world, so the chances of you pulling up to a red light next to someone driving the same car as you are slim, to put it mildly. Keeping with the exclusivity theme, Bentley did not seek federal approval for the Bacalar.

This means that, due to the strict "show and display" regulations, the Bentley Bacalar will not be able to drive on US roads for the next 25 years unless special permission is granted for its "technological significance." Even with special permission, the Bentley Bacalar would be limited to 2,500 miles per year on public roads in the United States.

The Bentley Bacalar's Incredible Specs

What makes this car worth the $1.9 million price tag are a number of features that push the boundaries of what we know is possible for a vehicle manufactured today. The Bentley Bacalar has a 6.0 litre twin-turbo W12 engine that produces 650 BHP and 900Nm of torque. Bentley's very own Continental GT Speed Convertible served as the inspiration for the new vehicle. When it comes to the original inspiration, the Bentley Bacalar is nearly identical to it when looking under the hood of the vehicle.

Both cars have all-wheel drive and an 8-speed automatic transmission, as well as a rear-wheel steering system and an electronic differential. It is worth noting, however, that the Bacalar has been slightly modified and will feature faster shifting than the Continental GT Speed.

Bentley Bacalar Price

So, what distinguishes the Bentley Bacalar from the Bentley Continental GT Speed? Aside from what powers the car under the hood, the only other thing that the two cars have in common are the door handles. The door handles of the Bentley Bacalar are the only exterior parts of the Bentley Bacalar that are shared with any other vehicle, simply because they allow keyless entry into the vehicle.Every exterior panel of the Bacalar is one-of-a-kind and was designed and handcrafted by the world-renowned Bentley Mulliner. Despite the fact that the hood and door skins are made of aluminium, every other exterior panel of the vehicle is made of carbon fibre.

The exterior panels of the Bacalar are not the only parts of the vehicle that have been touched by Bentley Mulliner's skilled hands. The interior has, of course, received the same level of attention and care as the exterior of the vehicle. The interior of the vehicle is stunning, with re-profiled doors, centre console treatments, and a digital instrument panel. Even the two seats have received unrivalled attention and detail, with a unique quilting pattern consisting of 148,199 stitches per seat. Even the two aero humps that extend onto the rear deck were custom-made for two Schedoni bags, an Italian luxury luggage manufacturer.

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