Rolls-Royce sales growing high among Indian Admires
Rolls-Royce a triumph of luxury is just adding owners to its club. This beauty is scoring high among its admires. The sales of the Rolls-Royce is getting a high in the Indian Market, with the number of purchasing power increasing in the country. The magnificent Rolls-Royce recorded sales of 50 units which increased nine times as compared to the period last year. The Rolls- Royce model which is seeing a high demand in the Indian market is priced between Rs 2.5-4.2 crore. Well with this achievement, Rolls-Royce marks half the sales number since the company's first flagships opened in India.
The Rolls Royce comes in two versions here “Ghost” and “Phantom”. It is also said that “Ghost” comes with a price tag of Rs 2.5 Crore. And Phantam cost Rs 3.5 Crore which is equal to the four Ghost cars. Ghost is affixed with the advanced technology which Rolls-Royce has made. Ghost and Phantom is manufactured at the Goodwood plant in England are the perfect alliance of technology and skill. It is also speculated that Rolls Royce growth is because of the Ghost which is priced less than Phantom.
There are more reasons of the growth of Rolls Royce other than the less priced Ghost. The increase in the number of wealth in the country as individuals purchasing power is increasing. Merrill Lynch reports that the HNI (high net worth individuals) who are having more than $1 million (Rs. 4.5 Crore) invertible wealth, has grown up to 51 per cent to a 127,000.
The Rolls-Royce is imported in the country from UK. The has two dealerships one in Mumbai and the other one in Delhi. As per a top Official of Rolls-Royce, the business of the super luxury car is strangely based on the global wealth. They keep a vigilant watch over the countries super HNIs (high net worth individuals) and then they plan there strategies accordingly. The Rolls-Royce rules the Luxury car segment.
Rolls a brand in itself, it is among the Luxury segment car which includes Mercedes-Benz, Audi and BMW. The cars are ranged between Rs 30 lacs- Rs 1 Crore is enjoying a high of 60 per cent in this year first nine months. It is anticipated that it will cross 14,000 units this year.
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