Bentley's latest coachbuilt car is more than just a new shape — Bentley is touting it as the first look at what the company will be offering as it moves forward into the EV space. The new Mulliner Batur lays the foundation for what future Bentley designs will look like, with compound headlights replacing the familiar quad layout, taunter lines, and more scalloping on the sides. The Mulliner Batur is also the most powerful Bentley ever, with the W12 making 730 horsepower and 737 lb-ft of torque. That power reaches the road through an all-wheel-drive system with four-wheel steering and active suspension. Customization options are nearly endless, with a variety of recycled and sustainably-sourced interior materials available. The Mulliner Batur will be limited to 18 units globally.