Bentley is intent on showing us every detail of the 2011 Mulsanne's construction, having already walked us through the car's body fabrication and paint process. Now they're looking to the engine, and showing what it takes to motivate a Mulsanne.

In this video we see mechanics assembling the twin-turbocharged, 505-horsepower, 752 pound-foot, 6.75-liter V-8 engine's core components, including the crankshaft, insertion of the pistons, torquing down the pushrod assemblies, and more. Watch below to see all that goes into the construction process.

Following the construction of the first pre-production models, the video series is intended to show the level of care and precision that goes into each Bentley vehicle, with the Mulsanne getting perhaps the most impeccable treatment.