Bentley To Switch Next Mulsanne To All-Electric

Posted: Jul 21 2016, 8:15am CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

Bentley to Switch Next Mulsanne to All-Electric
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  • The Next Bentley Mulsanne Might come in All Electric Mode

The luxury Sedan might come in Electric mode from now on.

Bentley Mulsanne is a luxurious car and loved by many. However this huge Sedan is looking at low sales all over the world from the past many month. The low sales have led the team of engineers of this car to think of some other strategy for the car to improve its sales.

The plan that is under consideration these days is to make the car run on electric terrain, according to AutoBlog. The car is right now using the V8 engines. The opting of electric mode will make the car go fully green. This kind of change will be suitable in order to follow the greenhouse-gas emission limits in countries like China.

Bentley Executive Hans Holzgarter said earlier that the car might face problems due to the V8 engine as it hampers the regulations of China in order to control emission. He also said that electric power terrain much better suited for a luxury and heavy car like that of Bentley Mulsanne.

The Bentley Mulsanne is currently available at the price of $300,000. However having a fully electric car will mean a huge sized battery for this big car. This will automatically spike the price of this new car mode.

Bentley Mulsanne might get a hybrid terrain or a plug in hybrid. This might control the price of car and might increase the sales in regions such as China. Lately Bentley Mulsanne was included in the list of meanest vehicles as prepared by Energy-Efficient Economy’s annual list. The car held the fourth spot which made it a vehicle that is not really efficient. Along with it, Mercedes Benz-G65 and Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG were also included in the list.

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