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The development of Rolls – Royce cars

Once you know how Rolls Royce cars are made, it is not surprising that every Rolls Royce car that appears has received the special attention of car lovers in the world. Following the success of Silver Ghost, in 2003, the Rolls Royce Phantom was born to continue to create great buzz.

Possessing a classic, luxurious design in the style of the British Royal, Rolls-Royce Phantom really conquered the majority of customers. After one year of appearing, there were 300 Phantom units sold, by 2005 this number had reached 796 vehicles.

The Phantom consisted of three versions including Phantom Extended Wheelbase (long wheelbase), Phantom Drophead Coupé (2-door 4-seater convertible) and Phantom Coupé (2-door 4-seat coupe). All 3 use the same type of 453 horsepower V12 engine provided by BMW comes with 6-speed automatic transmission. This trio has created a solid position for Rolls-Royce in the world luxury car market.

In 2016, Rolls Royce released the concept version of 101EX. This is the basis car for the introduction of Rolls-Royce Ghost with V12 engine block, 6.6 liter capacity of 563 horsepower.

In 2011, Rolls-Royce officially introduced the new 102EX concept using an electric motor combined with gasoline.

In 2012, Rolls-Royce sold 3,575 cars worldwide.

By 2013, the company continued to introduce the world of super-Rolls-Royce Wraith.

According to information from this company, up to now, the Rolls-Royce brand has been present in 22 major cities across the Asia-Pacific region.

Things you may not know about Rolls Royce

The names that Rolls Royce gives to its pet children are ghostly, with the mystical nature of the spiritual world to name their models: Ghost means ghost, Silver Ghost means Silver ghost, Phantom means ghost, Wraith is known as ghost.

Rolls Royce’s customers were mostly of world-famous royalty: In 1949, Rolls-Royce receives orders from the Duke of Edinburgh. In 1977, the Phantom VI was given to Queen Elizabeth. In April 2011, the bride of the British royal family, Kate Middleton, arrived at Westminster Abbey in a classic Rolls Royce car. There is also a very special point is that Rolls-Royce models are manufactured by hand at the factory in Goodwood, UK.