Video: Bentley shows how the 6.75L Mulsanne V8 engine is handbuilt

by Sebastian Bivin

Bentley shares with the world how the 2011 Mulsanne is painstakingly constructed by hand. The most recent video released over the internet is how their engine builders put the engine piece by piece and how they make the components work for the Mulsanne.

The mechanics show in the video how they make the 505-horsepower V8 monster with its 752 pound feet of torque. They show us how they put the crankshaft, insert the pistons, the assemblies of the pushrods, and more. Every car lover will love to see this video.
The series of videos are designed to showcase the precision and care put into building every Bentley that rolls out of their factories. Mulsanne definitely gets the finest of treatments the auto mechanics can give.

The second video we posted is a look back at the body assembly of the Mulsanne in their Crewe assembly plant in the United Kingdom. This one was released back in February and features the combination of techniques, both traditional and modern, to make sure every detail of the Bentley is perfect.

The Bentley Mulsanne requires 125 hours of manpower to create car with tag prices of stratospheric proportions. The video of the body assembly highlights how the makers make a smooth look of the interiors like the attention put to hide the seams of the panels.

Check out the second video to take a look at the how the body of the Mulsanne takes shape, from forming to auditing to having the finished car.

Engine Assembly

Body assembly

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