Bentley The Muriner division has completed two customer cars that can’t make any difference.It completed the futuristic look roadster associated with the first Bacalar, Continental GT, And it wrapped the first blower continuation car.
Limited to 12 examples each Bacalar When Blower that is Special customer-configured projects Approving the first example is a big win, as these are mostly hand-crafted. Bentley also cannot reveal the identity of the person who made the purchase.
The first blower was built by Sir Tim Birkin and painted in Birkin Green as a homage to one of the original laced blowers. The wire wheel is also green and the soft top is black.
Mechanically, the first continuous blower is the same as the 1929 car. That is, it has a supercharged 4.4-liter 4-cylinder engine, but Bentley has made some minor changes in the name of safety and convenience.First, it fits electricity Fuel pump Added foam baffle to the fuel tank. Next, I added a dynamo that describes it as a “reworked replacement for the original dynamo.” Everything in the four cylinders is a reproduction of the original engine, down to the aluminum pistons. It develops an amazing 240 horsepower in 1929.
Back in the 21st century, the first Bacalar is finished in Atom Silver with moss green and gloss black exterior accents. It’s on 22-inch wheels. Beluga leather upholstery dominated the cabin, and the owner asked for black and green watering to create a visual link between the outside and the inside. Bentley delivered the car with a set of leather luggage and locked it in the same leather box.
Bacalar’s power comes from a twin-turbo 6.0-liter W12, delivering 650 horsepower and 667 lb-ft of torque. The four wheels are rotated via an 8-speed automatic transmission connected to the shift paddle.This is an existing powertrain, but Bentley is still Bacalar undergoes extensive durability testing In 2020.
Both models are heading for a new home. Keep an eye on your next car or coffee event. Who knows, one might make a surprising look.Bentley Said before Bacalar is sold in the United States under show and display rules, so some of its production may end here. Meanwhile, men and women at the Bentley Mariner Workshop have already begun to create the following three examples for each series.
https://www.autoblog.com/2021/08/20/bentley-bacalar-1929-blower-first-examples-photos-details/ Bentley achieves two milestones almost a century apart at the same time