China all set to replace U.K. as the second biggest market for Rolls-Royce cars

Two new regions, China and India, have been indicated as the future keys markets for Rolls Royce luxury sedans, revealed company CEO  Torsten Muller-Otvos. In fact, Torsten feels that China is all set to overtake the UK in the number of Rolls Royce sold, which as of now forms the second highest market for their cars.

He however was not as optimistic of the Russian market of which he feels has no future and he also refuted rumors that ghost variants would be let loose in this market. He affirmed that maintaining quality is of paramount importance to them and that they would sell only its four models with a target of 3,000 units per year. Plans for expansion of the number of models could be hoped for only if the company is able to maintained standards of the highest order in the present models.

Source: 4wheelsnews

One Reply to “China all set to replace U.K. as the second biggest market for Rolls-Royce cars”

  1. Rolls royce- my kind of car!

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