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Bentley is pitching its new Mulsanne as the "pinnacle of British luxury motoring." It's an update of a model called the 8-litre that company founder W.O. Bentley first unveiled at the 1930 London Motor Show. Designed and engineered at Bentley's headquarters in Crewe, England, it will go into production at a new manufacturing facility there next year. Like the original 8-liter, the Mulsanne is designed for what Bentley calls a "grand touring" experience.