Rolls-Royce New Cars in India
Rolls-Royce has a long and illustrious history with India. The Spirit of Ecstasy adorned the bonnets of many cars sold to Indian royalty prior to Independence. Each of these cars is a legend with a historical account all its own. Nevertheless, in the modern context, Rolls Royce is still a brand which exemplifies the ultimate in automotive luxury. There are few, if any, that can match the cache of Rolls Royce. Under the stewardship of BMW, the brand has grown to spawn to model lines; the Phantom and the Ghost. Rolls Royce is also continuing to be a pioneer in technology as well, and an all-electric prototype Phantom is already under extensive development and testing. In India, Rolls Royce cars are sold in Delhi and Mumbai, with a new dealership in the IT city of Hyderabad as well.
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Backed with the unfathomable talent pool of the world’s greatest automotive designers and craftsmen within a customer’s reach, motivation for a tailored Rolls-Royce can score at will.
Luxury car manufacturer Rolls-Royce has launched its India Open Innovation programme (IOiN-RR).
Covering 16 days and in excess of 1,800 miles, the 2013 Centenary Alpine Trial finally came to a roaring end. The amalgamation of 47 magnificent Silver Ghosts driving their way through the Alps, in accompany of the Rolls-Royce Motor Cars ‘Works Team’, posed a great sight to cherish and will be deeply imprinted into the hearts of the spectators.
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars St. Petersburg has marked the opening of its new showroom in this famous city with vivid celebration.
Rolls-Royce Motor Car Company will celebrate the centenary of the historic Alpine Trial. On June 14, 2013, 47 vintage Rolls-Royce Silver Ghosts will depart from Vienna, wafting through Austria, Slovenia, Croatia and Italy before returning to Vienna on June 29, 2013 – exactly 100 years to the day that the 1913 Alpenfahrt finished.