Rolls-Royce records highest sales in the past century in 2011 at 3200 units
The overall car industry is on a big shift. The economic slowdown has literally eaten the global car market live, while the super luxury car segment managed to survive without getting scrapped by. On the contrary, they are selling big time making a stupendous growth and the BMW’s super luxury car subsidiary Rolls Royce is the best example we have. The renowned British marque recorded extraordinary sales of 3200 units in 2011, highest in the past century since 1905, growing remarkably from 2711 units in 2010. India’s connection with Rolls-Royce goes back to ages in history, when the rich and famous Nizams had the Rolls Royce cars in their possession to boast off their redundant wealth, even before BMW had any sort of power over the British marque.
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Rolls Royce which has the Rolls-Royce Ghost and Rolls-Royce Phantom in its grand line-up has witnessed an overwhelming growth in the country selling 100 units during 2011 as opposed to the 70 units it sold in 2010. The latest addition to the Rolls-Royce premium line-up in India is the most popular sedan with a phenomenal makeover, Rolls Royce Ghost extended Wheelbase version priced at Rs 3.05 crore and above. The super luxury car segment has witnessed an amazing growth in the country especially in the past two years touching the 1000 units sales mark in a year.
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And the BMW’s British marque has an impressive presence in the Indian car market with a 10% market share with its newly gained confidence in the country. The growth potential in India which completely we t unobserved before is slowly emerging out to the fore-front to stand out to be one of the fatest growing car markets across the world after China. No wonder, Rolls-Royce recorded the largest share of growth from the continent of Asia, which has the key car markets like India and China to add to the God Player of the car industry, Japan.
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