This is the new, 2017 Bentley Mulsanne!

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Can't spot the difference from last year? Don't worry, the changes are subtle.

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Most changes are found at the rear with new taillights and a revised bumper, but there are also new LED headlights up front.

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Most Bentley owners drive their own cars...

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...but the rear seat is really the place to be.

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Dual Android tablets are an option, but we don't recommend them.

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Champagne cooler? Very necessary.

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Front seating is more than competent, too.

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Classic styling? That's what it's all about.

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And, with Apple CarPlay, there's modern connectivity here, too.

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