One-percenters not entirely happy with the Bentley Continental GT Convertible can look forward to seeing the new Bacalar designed by the oldest coachbuilder in the world, Mulliner. That being said, wealthy individuals should know all 12 cars planned for production have already been spoken for, even though the car costs an eye-watering £1.5 million (about $1.91M at current exchange rates).
Billed as being the “rarest two-door Bentley of the modern era,” the new Bacalar is literally a roofless car with only two seats instead of the Continental GTC’s four-seat cabin. The rather polarizing exterior design takes after last year’s eccentric EXP 100 GT concept adapted from coupe to a barchetta design. Interestingly, only the door handle has been carried over from the Continental, and that’s only because of the keyless entry system. All of the other exterior parts have been specifically designed for the Bacalar.