Bentley Mulliner has unveiled the all-new Bacalar, which is a two-seater grand tourer. The British company claims, there will be only 12 models of this car and each of them will be handcrafted in Bentley Mulliner's workshop in Crewe, as per the customers' choice.
The car is named after Laguna Bacalar in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula lake. The car follows Bentley's strategy of naming cars after landmarks which started with Bentayga in 2015.
The car has drawn its design language from EXP 100 GT. It uses an extensive amount of carbon fibre and aluminium. Also, it uses three-dimensional printing to allow designers to create a distinctive model.
The Bentley Bacalar is powered by a 6.0-litre W12 TSI engine that churns out 659 PS of power and 900 NM of torque. 

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