June 30, 2006


Rolls-Royce expands to 74 dealerships

Goodwood, England – With the opening of new dealerships and showrooms in Pakistan, Colorado and India, Rolls-Royce has announced it now has 74 dealerships worldwide in 32 countries, up from 64 in 2003.

“Last year we sold almost 800 cars, a 15-year sales high for the brand, and we expect to see a similar number again this year,” says Ian Robertson, Chairman and CEO of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. “The Phantom continues to lead its market sector, outselling its closest rivals by a substantial margin.”

The most recent model addition, the extended-wheelbase Phantom, is selling strongly in the Middle East and Asia Pacific regions, for which it was initially built. It was launched earlier this year in Europe and will be available in the U.S. by the end of 2006.

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