When Bentley itself claims that it's produced the most exclusive Bentley of the modern era, the car deserves special attention — and one look at the Mulliner Bacalar Roadster will command the attention of anyone who sees it. While the Continental GT is visible in the overall theme, the Bacalar is a pure roadster and only the second two-seater to come from Crew since 1930. Pure roadster means exactly that — there is no top. Reinforcing the roofless theme, an entirely new cockpit wraps around the driver and passenger, with a digital instrument cluster, rotating center display, and a center console flanked with buttons for every conceivable function the car is capable of — and it's capable of nearly everything. The exterior features more sharply creased lines with a front fascia that differentiates it from the Continental GT, all flowing into a new rear design with thin LED lights and a diffuser with rectangular exhaust pipes. The six-liter twin-turbo W12 is under the hood making 650 horsepower, mated to an eight-speed automatic and all-wheel-drive. Only 12 Bacalar Roadsters will be made, and each one has already been claimed.