The Bentley Grand Convertible was unveiled this week at the LA Auto Show, giving us what is essentially the Mulsanne Speed with no roof. Bentley’s currently pushing for feedback from customers before throwing it into production, but if it does get there, trust it’ll be in very limited numbers. Power comes from the same 6.75-liter V8 engine as the Mulsanne Speed, giving us 530 horsepower and 811 pound-feet of torque. As you’d expect, no detail was overlook with the Grand Convertible. The tonneau shaped by the dynamic flow of yacht design and is made from the largest piece of wood veneer ever applied by Bentley. Inside, you’ll get an endless array of detailing and fine craftsmanshpi, with the seating featuring new “lofted” diamond quilting stitched by hand to top things off. The Bentley Grand Convertible is on display now at the Los Angeles Auto Show.