Rolls-Royce Had Record Sales in 2011

Stay Classy Rolls-Royce

The British car company who’s owned by BMW stated it sold 3,538 luxury cars in 201 which is up 31 percent from the the previous year. All in thanks to the sales of its Ghost and Phantom models which are the purest examples of luxury on four wheels that I can think of. Rolls-Royce said most of its sales growth was reported in the Asia up 47 percent which is no surprise to any of us. North American sales rose up to around 17 percent and in the Middle East they saw sales up 23 percent. In its homeland of Britain the car maker said sales were up 30 percent despite the tough economic times brewing there. Either way it’s great to see this classic car company still shining and looking for an even better year in 2012 with expansion into South America and other emerging markets.

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