Bentley Mulliner successfully completes the first Bacalar and Blow Customer cars
Bentley Mulliner has completed the first customer cars in both of its new series of pinnacle, handcrafted, bespoke projects. Each car is the first of their respective 12 vehicle series, with Bacalar Car One being the first customer delivery of Mulliner’s new coach-built Barchetta. Meanwhile, Blower Car One is a millimeter-accurate mechanical recreation of Sir Henry ‘Tim’ Birkin’s 1929 supercharged 4½-Litre, and the first customer car of the world’s first pre-war continuation series.
The first customer cars follow their engineering prototypes, known in Bentley as the “Car Zeroes”. Each has completed significant durability mileage, performance, and climatic testing in various locations, and the engineering sign-off of both projects was successfully achieved to allow customer builds to commence.
Blower Car One
The first Blower Continuation Series car is a shining example of classic design, executed to perfection. The body is trimmed in period-correct Rexine and finished in bespoke Birkin Green paint, a recreation of the color of the original Blower on which it’s based. The Birkin Green body is complemented by identically colored wire wheels, with color-matched leather trimming the interior.