There will only be 12 units of a model that is handcrafted in Bentley Mulliner's workshop in Crewe, the brand's headquarters in England, according to the personal tastes of the customer. All units are already sold and in fact, the first one has just been manufactured.
Custom artisan manufacturing
The Bacalar has a design inspired by the EXP 100 GT concept, one of the most exclusive and personal Bentley proposals presented on the occasion of its centenary that occurred in 2019.
The first unit is for a customer from the United Kingdom, with the steering wheel on the right as seen in the images, while the brand confirms another for the Benelux, that is to say Belgium, Holland, or Luxembourg.
In this first unit, the carbon fiber bodywork is finished in a specific color, champagne-tinted satin silver called Atom Silver. The wheels are a 22-inch Tri-Finish, polished with dark gray satin spokes and bright Moss Green reflections.
The exterior is completed with one of the hallmarks of the model, the electric humps, finished in gloss black at the rear. This color also provides contrast to the A-pillars and other elements of the car.
The interior of the Bacalar Car One follows the same trend in black and green. Beluga leather is accented with Moss Green leather on part of the console, outer seatbacks, and throughout the interior using contrast stitching via the unique Bacalar quilting pattern. The center of the seats uses fine Nappa leather.
Other cabin details include bronze on the steering wheel and headrest bezels, satin nickel finish for the clock, and custom interior lighting.
Another specific detail is the key, which will be delivered to the customer with a custom-made box, finished in beluga leather with Moss Green stitching to match the car.
Bentley confirms that Mulliner continues to work on the next units that will be delivered gradually.