If you prefer understated opulence, this isn't the car you want. Oh, it's opulent, alright, but with its upright grille and sharp fender creases, the Mulsanne looks even more expensive than it is, and that's saying a lot.
When not in use, the navigation screen is craftily hidden behind a door in the exotic wood dashboard. Back seat passengers can enjoy DVD movies, of course, but also broadcast and digital TV. Add the "relaxation pack" for some tasteful throw pillows and special footrests. Kids can also color on the wood-veneered tray table.
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