Bacalar is known as “the rarest two-door Bentley of modern times”.
This is the price to pay for an exclusive car. That’s because only 12 will be produced, all of which have already been sold.
The price for such a car was $1.91 million, about 1.73 million euros. The Bentley Bacalar has no ceiling at all, so it’s not a convertible, but it definitely needs a garage.
From the inside, Bacalar is made of natural wood 5,000 years old and externally has a unique gold color.
Bacalar has the Volkswagen Group’s 6.0-liter modified W12 engine that produces 650 hp. This engine makes this car go from 0 to 100km/h in just 3.5 seconds while maxing out at 333km/h.
Automotive News Europe reports that for this car will have to pay 1.7m euros, which is a very high price, but Bentley has found the right reason. “The real value, we believe, is in the application of excellent and extremely rare materials, as well as the durability of the work done with perfect finishes,” said Bentley General Manager Adrian Hallmark.