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So what powers this three-ton piece of art? Credit goes to a 6.75-liter, twin-turbo V8 that produces 505 bhp and 752 lb. ft of torque. All that power means the Mulsanne is capable of going from 0 to 60 in 5.1 seconds and can reach a top speed of 184 mph! Those are impressive numbers for a car that weighs more than a Chevy Suburban.
And inside? Whether you’ll be enjoying the Mulsanne in the driver’s seat, riding shotgun or taking up the rear, you’ll be greeted by an interior second to none. For starters, it’s dripping in leather 16 cowhides, to be precise, carefully curated to avoid any defects. Complementing the leather is one continuous veneer that wraps around the entire interior. Take your pick of Burr Walnut, Dark Stained Burr Walnut or Piano Black. If those options don’t catch your eye, you’ll be able to choose from eight other veneers. There are plenty of amenities on board 12v sockets, 14 speakers standard (audiophiles may want to upgrade to the 20-speaker Naim system) and programmable settings to adjust for different drivers. Oh, and let’s not forget the option of adding a frosted-glass bottle cooler with accompanying champagne flutes (ideal for those who prefer to be chauffeured)!
At the end of the day the Mulsanne won’t break any track records, it doesn’t get great gas mileage (11 mpg city/18 mpg highway) and its poster might not adorn the walls of 12-year-old car lovers. But none of that matters. It doesn’t need blistering speed. It doesn’t need exotic looks. It’s built for enjoyment of a higher class. The Mulsanne stands out without even trying and that’s what makes this car so special.
The clock is ticking. Turnberry Ocean Club is set to make its grand debut in 2018, bringing innovative design, unprecedented amenities and personalized service to Sunny Isles, Florida. This exclusive condominium development is the creation of Turnberry Associates, which has perfected the private residential club lifestyle in South Florida.
Internationally renowned architects Carlos Zapata and Robert Swedroe are the designers of the project, which will comprise 154 three-, four-, five- and six-bedroom units starting at $4 million. Each residence features imported Italian cabinetry, stone countertops, marble finishes, Gaggenau appliances, balconies with both ocean and bay views, and outdoor living spaces. Not in the mood to mess up the gourmet kitchen? No worries. Your staff can use the “summer kitchen” with barbecue grill on the oceanfront terrace. (Each unit also includes staff quarters with full bath.)