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2013 Bentley Mulsanne and Continental Le Mans Editions Priced


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Just the Facts:
  • Bentley is releasing six Le Mans Limited Editions in its Mulsanne and Continental ranges.
  • The Le Mans editions are priced from $195,995- $331,815.
  • Bentley's special models mark its participation in the inaugural 1923 Le Mans 24 Hours endurance race and its most recent Le Mans victory in 2003.

HERNDON, Virginia — To mark its participation in the inaugural 1923 Le Mans 24 Hours endurance race and its most recent Le Mans victory in 2003, Bentley is releasing six Le Mans Limited Editions in its Mulsanne and Continental ranges, priced from $195,995 to $331,815 and available only in North America.

The special models include the 2013 Bentley Continental GT V8 Le Mans, $195,995; 2013 Bentley Continental GTC V8 Le Mans, $214,695; 2013 Bentley Continental GT W12 Le Mans, $216,075; 2013 Bentley Continental GTC W12 Le Mans, $235,975; 2013 Bentley Continental GT Speed Le Mans, $227,045, and 2013 Bentley Mulsanne Le Mans, $331,815.

Prices including a $2,725 shipping charge, gas-guzzler taxes (where applicable) ranging from $1,000-$3,700, and option package prices from $7,320 to $26,490.

Continental GT models will be available in the second quarter of 2013, with the Mulsanne Le Mans Edition available in the third quarter.

Bentley said it will build 48 versions of each special edition. The cars will get a unique Le Mans Edition numbered badge, Le Mans Edition clock face, embroidered Le Mans badges on the headrests, tread plates with the limited-edition name, unique Le Mans Edition wheels and specific interior veneers and exterior colors.

Bentley dominated Le Mans in the early years, winning the second race in 1924 and sweeping the field for four consecutive years from 1927-'30, before claiming victory again in 2003.

Each of the six Le Mans Edition models is inspired by a winning Bentley driver from the race.

The John Duff (1924) specification features Moonbeam exterior paint, two-tone Linen and Beluga interior with contrast stitching and piano black and bright aluminum trim.

The Dudley Benjafield (1927) specification features Verdant exterior paint, two-tone Linen and Cumbrian Green interior with contrast stitching and burr walnut and bright aluminum trim.

The Woolf Barnato (1928-'30) specification features Granite exterior paint, Hotspur interior with Beluga stitching and carbon fiber (Continental) or burr walnut and dark aluminum (Mulsanne) trim.

The Tim Birkin (1929) specification features Glacier White exterior paint, Beluga interior with white stitching and piano black and bright aluminum trim.

The Glen Kidston (1930) specification features Dark Sapphire exterior paint, two-tone Newmarket Tan and Imperial Blue interior with contrast stitching and burr walnut and dark aluminum trim.

The Guy Smith (2003) specification features Beluga exterior paint, Beluga interior with Hotspur stitching and piano black and dark aluminum trim.

Edmunds says: A pioneering British marque celebrates its early racing successes.

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