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The most powerful Bentley in history is unveiled today with a £2million price-tag as the luxury British car-maker celebrates the 'twilight' of mammoth petrol engines in the face of an accelerating electric revolution.

For although the exclusive new 200mph Bentley Mulliner Batur is powered by a vast 6.0-litre W12 gas-guzzling petrol engine developing more than 740 horse-power - equivalent to seven Ford
Fiestas - such technology which dominated the 20th century has now reached its pinnacle and faces imminent 'retirement' in the 21st.



But it deserves to go out with a bang - and a big celebration, says Bentley who unveiled the Batur at Monterey
Car Week in California in front of nearly 500 VIP
Bentley customers from around the world.

We have been lucky enough to have an early exclusive viewing in the
UK with the firm's CEO and chief designer before it set
off for the USA.






The most powerful Bentley ever: Daily Mail Motoring
Editor Ray Massey had an exclusive first look
at the new £2miilion Batur before it was shipped off to California to debut at Monterey Car Week















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Bosses say the sporty Batur grand tourer coupe's styling also marks the
start of a design revolution that will drive the look of
their forthcoming new generation family of pure electric limousines and
sporty grand tourers as part of its second-century 'Beyond 100' strategy.


The company said: 'It is a showcase of a new design DNA that will ultimately guide
the design of Bentley's future range of Battery Electric
Vehicles.'

Named after an 88m deep crater lake on the island of Bali in Indonesia,
only 18 examples of the new Batur are being sold - and
all have been reserved by customers.






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Prices start from £1.98million (£1.65m plus VAT) though customers choosing
a wide range of bespoke options to individually personalise
their individual car are expected to spend well in excess of £2million, and possibly as
much as £4million.

The 'endless array' of options includes parts crafted in 3D printed 18K
gold, titanium, and - for the environmentally and ethically concerned super-rich - natural fibre composites, says Bentley.


The company said: 'As Bentley moves towards the era of electrification, the W12 is entering its
twilight years.

'Before its retirement, this engineering masterpiece is worthy of commendation,
and the Batur is the perfect home for the ultimate development of W12 performance.'






Prices start from £1.98million (£1.65m plus VAT) though customers choosing a wide range of bespoke options to individually personalise
their individual car are expected to spend well in excess of £2million, and possibly as much as £4million







Bosses say the sporty Batur coupe's styling also marks the start of
a design revolution that will drive the look of their forthcoming new generation family of pure
electric limousines and sporty grand tourers as part of its
'Beyond 100' strategy







The Batur's grille is flanked by a new headlight single large headlight
shape and design, matched with all-new tail-lamps
at the rear, that sit either side of a deployable spoiler


Riding on 22-inch wheels, first deliveries begin in mid-2023 following an extensive development programme.


The British car-maker, employing 4,000 at its factory in Crewe which currently undergoing a major green transformation in readiness for the switch
to electric vehicles, said: 'Bentley Motors has today unveiled
the Bentley Mulliner Batur - a new two-door grand touring
coupé limited to 18 series pieces that embodies the start of a design revolution at Bentley.



'The Batur previews the design principles that are driving the development
of the company's first battery electric vehicle - due in 2025 - and
the families of cars that follow.'

The Batur is the latest project by Bentley's in-house bespoke and coachbuilding arm Mulliner, whose history goes back 250 years
to the age of coach and horses.






The Batur features a lot of unique features, including
speed-tuned air suspension, electric active anti-roll control,
four-wheel steering and torque vectoring







Riding on 22-inch wheels, first deliveries begin in mid-2023 following an extensive development programme







The a cossetting 2-seat interior is designed for grand touring and customer can choose from a variety
of green and ethical interior materials


It follows on from the earlier the Bacalar - a run of 12
individually specified, designed and handcrafted Barchettas that relaunched the division.

Bentley said: 'The Batur will be the most powerful Bentley yet,
with a 740+ PS version of the iconic, hand-assembled 6-litre twin-turbocharged W12
engine that has metaphorically and literally powered Bentley's success for the last two decades.



'As the engine enters its twilight years as part of Bentley's transformation journey to being fully electrified,
the Batur forms the first part of a celebration of the W12's
extraordinary power, torque and refinement.
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The most powerful Bentley in history is unveiled today with a £2million price-tag as the luxury British car-maker celebrates the 'twilight' of mammoth petrol engines in the face of an accelerating electric revolution.

For although the exclusive new 200mph Bentley Mulliner Batur is powered by a vast 6.0-litre W12 gas-guzzling petrol engine developing more than 740 horse-power - equivalent to seven Ford
Fiestas - such technology which dominated the 20th century has now reached its pinnacle and faces imminent 'retirement' in the 21st.



But it deserves to go out with a bang - and a big celebration, says Bentley who unveiled the Batur at Monterey
Car Week in California in front of nearly 500 VIP
Bentley customers from around the world.

We have been lucky enough to have an early exclusive viewing in the
UK with the firm's CEO and chief designer before it set
off for the USA.






The most powerful Bentley ever: Daily Mail Motoring
Editor Ray Massey had an exclusive first look
at the new £2miilion Batur before it was shipped off to California to debut at Monterey Car Week















more videos







1

2

3















Watch video VW explains tech and concept behind
new all electric ID Buzz





Watch video VW staff share their thought on new ID Buzz and
iconic T1 van





Watch video Simon Lambert on how pensioners can BOOST their
income this winter





Watch video The Strictly Business debate: Is there a future for crypto?










Watch video Chinese brand Ora release ad for new voice-recognition electric
car





Watch video Will investors get a boost if inflation falls away?






Watch video Salesman attacks homeowner with duster after
he refuses sale





Watch video Boy rings bell which was dedicated to him after his death









Watch video Meet ID Buzz: Volkswagen reinvented iconic hippy campervan





Watch video Woman has skin picking disorder that leaves scabs on her face





Watch video Polished stones discovered near Stonehenge contain traces of gold





Watch video Uber Eats launches self-driving food delivery robots in Miami














Bosses say the sporty Batur grand tourer coupe's styling also marks the
start of a design revolution that will drive the look of
their forthcoming new generation family of pure electric limousines and
sporty grand tourers as part of its second-century 'Beyond 100' strategy.


The company said: 'It is a showcase of a new design DNA that will ultimately guide
the design of Bentley's future range of Battery Electric
Vehicles.'

Named after an 88m deep crater lake on the island of Bali in Indonesia,
only 18 examples of the new Batur are being sold - and
all have been reserved by customers.






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Previous

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until... When are car brands going electric? We look at each...
Are you sitting comfortably? Bentley stretches its Bentayga...





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How to save on car insurance: Ten top tips to cut the cost in just a few minutes




Prices start from £1.98million (£1.65m plus VAT) though customers choosing
a wide range of bespoke options to individually personalise
their individual car are expected to spend well in excess of £2million, and possibly as
much as £4million.

The 'endless array' of options includes parts crafted in 3D printed 18K
gold, titanium, and - for the environmentally and ethically concerned super-rich - natural fibre composites, says Bentley.


The company said: 'As Bentley moves towards the era of electrification, the W12 is entering its
twilight years.

'Before its retirement, this engineering masterpiece is worthy of commendation,
and the Batur is the perfect home for the ultimate development of W12 performance.'






Prices start from £1.98million (£1.65m plus VAT) though customers choosing a wide range of bespoke options to individually personalise
their individual car are expected to spend well in excess of £2million, and possibly as much as £4million







Bosses say the sporty Batur coupe's styling also marks the start of
a design revolution that will drive the look of their forthcoming new generation family of pure
electric limousines and sporty grand tourers as part of its
'Beyond 100' strategy







The Batur's grille is flanked by a new headlight single large headlight
shape and design, matched with all-new tail-lamps
at the rear, that sit either side of a deployable spoiler


Riding on 22-inch wheels, first deliveries begin in mid-2023 following an extensive development programme.


The British car-maker, employing 4,000 at its factory in Crewe which currently undergoing a major green transformation in readiness for the switch
to electric vehicles, said: 'Bentley Motors has today unveiled
the Bentley Mulliner Batur - a new two-door grand touring
coupé limited to 18 series pieces that embodies the start of a design revolution at Bentley.



'The Batur previews the design principles that are driving the development
of the company's first battery electric vehicle - due in 2025 - and
the families of cars that follow.'

The Batur is the latest project by Bentley's in-house bespoke and coachbuilding arm Mulliner, whose history goes back 250 years
to the age of coach and horses.






The Batur features a lot of unique features, including
speed-tuned air suspension, electric active anti-roll control,
four-wheel steering and torque vectoring







Riding on 22-inch wheels, first deliveries begin in mid-2023 following an extensive development programme







The a cossetting 2-seat interior is designed for grand touring and customer can choose from a variety
of green and ethical interior materials


It follows on from the earlier the Bacalar - a run of 12
individually specified, designed and handcrafted Barchettas that relaunched the division.

Bentley said: 'The Batur will be the most powerful Bentley yet,
with a 740+ PS version of the iconic, hand-assembled 6-litre twin-turbocharged W12
engine that has metaphorically and literally powered Bentley's success for the last two decades.



'As the engine enters its twilight years as part of Bentley's transformation journey to being fully electrified,
the Batur forms the first part of a celebration of the W12's
extraordinary power, torque and refinement.
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