RIP: These Are All The Discontinued Cars That Died In 2020 (Full List)

As we (thankfully) leave 2020 behind, these are the cars that rolled off into the sunset

RIP: These Are All The Discontinued Cars That Died In 2020 (Full List)
Looking for grandiose luxury with an old-school V8 dating back to the 1950s? The Bentley Mulsanne is your car. Or, rather, it was. (Photo: Bentley)

Bentley: Mulsanne

You may think about the Continental GT when you hear “Bentley”, but this was their true flagship. The Mulsanne was one of the few vehicles developed internally by Bentley, not sharing a platform with Volkswagen Group vehicles. It also housed the same 6-3/4-liter V8 that powered Bentley and Rolls-Royce models since 1959. And that last part is a clue as to why the Mulsanne is wafting into the annals of history.

Though the company updated this sixty-year-old engine dramatically throughout its life, it can no longer keep up with stricter emissions regulations. So, as the engine ceases production, so too does the last car in which it was housed. With the Mulsanne’s departure, the third-generation Flying Spur takes over as Bentley’s flagship sedan.