British luxury car manufacturer Bentley plans to retire its flagship Mulsanne sedan and replace it with a new SUV. This was announced on April 7 by Autocar with reference to the brand’s CEO, Adrian Hallmark.
The top Manager explained that in recent years there has been a serious drop in sales of the Mulsanne sedan. Meanwhile, The first-ever bentayga SUV accounts for 47% of all sales. That is why the company does not see any reason to develop a new sedan.
According to Adrian Hallmark, in the future, the company plans to focus on the production of premium SUVs, as customers of the brand consider them more attractive and practical.
On March 3, it was reported that a new exclusive two-seat Bacalar convertible was introduced in the UK.