The high-powered Bentley Mulsanne Speed has lost its top and rear doors in X-Tomi Design's latest digital render.

The high-powered Bentley Mulsanne Speed has lost its top and rear doors in X-Tomi Design's latest digital render.

These days in Paris visitors can take a look at Bentley's Mulsanne Speed, a "pinnacle flagship" as its being described by the creators who decided to bump output of the V8 6.75-liter to 530 bhp (395 kW) and an insane peak torque of 1,100 Nm (811 lb-ft). Bentley has already confirmed a Mulsanne Convertible is back on the agenda so X-Tomi Design decided to envision the model in the "Speed" specification.

If there will ever be a Mulsanne Speed Convertible, don't expect it to come out in the next 3-4 years as we all know Bentley is busy right now working on their first ever crossover which is programmed to come out in 2016, followed a year later by a plug-in hybrid version. The regular Mulsanne Convertible will probably come out after that and might be followed shortly by this "Speed" flavor.

Bentley Mulsanne Speed imagined as a 530 bhp convertible