The Flying Spur V8 S, the Mulsanne Extended Wheelbase, and the first ever tow bar on a Bentley will all be shown for the first time on American soil at Monterey Car Week.

The Mulsanne Extended Wheelbase was first shown in China, earlier this year, and is the brand’s premium limousine. Rather than driving it, you’re driven in it.

Mulsanne Extended Wheelbase

As a result, it’s been designed to remind passengers of traveling first class. It will be shown at the Quail: A Motorsports Gethering on Friday.

The Flying Spur V8 S, on the other hand, is designed to be driven. It slots in between the V8 and the W12, and is tuned for performance with more power and a tuned suspension.


Then comes the Bentayga, which for the first time in Bentley’s nearly 100 year history, will feature a tow bar. Behind it, there will be a Bowlus Chief, hand crafted aluminum trailer.

“The Monterey Auto Week always sees a remarkable gathering of Bentley customers and enthusiasts, and is a great occasion to celebrate the past and present of this iconic brand,” says Michael Winkler, Bentley CEO. “We are fast approaching our centenary in 2019, and our newest vehicles on display at Pebble Beach this year point to an extraordinary future.”

Finally, Bentley will also be showing the Continental GT Speed Black Edition, the most powerful Bentley ever, capable of 206 mph.