Commissioned by an unnamed customer with exceptionally deep pockets, the new Bentley Mulsanne Grand Limousine is undoubtedly one of the most luxurious ways to shuttle around six people. Bentley rolled it out this week at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show to show off what's capable at its in-house personalization department.

The Mulsanne Grand Limousine was crafted by Bentley's Mulliner coachworks, which caters to the wants and demands of the most elite Bentley buyers. In this case, the buyer requested a two-tone Silver Frost and Moroccan Blue exterior matched to custom 21-inch alloy wheels. A "Coachbuilt by Mulliner" engraving adorns the brand's Flying B mascot.

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Stretching about three feet longer than a standard Mulsanne, the Grand Limousine focuses entirely on the rear passenger compartment. The most obvious change is the addition of a rearward-facing bench that matches the standard unit and allows for up to four passengers to be shuttled around in utmost opulence. Electrochromatic windows, like those used by Mercedes-Benz and even Boeing, keep the sun's rays at bay. A Mulliner-specific climate control system provides extra ventilation, which, along with Bentley's specific mention of a built-in soft drink cooler, hints to us that this bespoke limo might be headed to the Middle East. 

Regardless of where it is headed after the Geneva show, the limousine helps showcase Bentley's updated Mulsanne line in a most unique way. 

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