The Bacalar is a Barchetta, a type of open car with no roof whatsoever. (The word means “little boat” in Italian.) There’s not even a removable cloth top. So, in the event of rain, the Bacalar would be best served by staying in the garage.
The all-wheel drive car is powered by a 650 horsepower 12-cylinder engine and it has an eight-speed transmission. Most of the time, power will go to the rear wheels but it can also immediately be sent to the front wheels as well if there is a loss of traction.
The Bacalar is named after a lake in Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula known for its beauty. While it bears some resemblance to the convertible Bentley Continental GTC, the Bacalar shares none of its body parts with that car besides the door handles, Bentley said.
The interior wood trim is made from trees that have been naturally preserved