Rolls-Royce invites its customers for dinner in assembly line

Rolls-Royce - 'Dine on the line'

Rolls-Royce decided to do something different which the company has never done before in its history by inviting 100 of its special customers to ‘dine on the line’ – transforming the assembly line into a luxurious and exquisite dining room, with guests entertained in the very place where every Rolls-Royce motor car in the world is hand-built.

“Arriving in chauffeured Rolls-Royce Phantoms or by helicopter, the guests were welcomed to the Home of Rolls-Royce by members of the management team and hosted on a red carpet stroll through the production area,” Rolls said in a statement.

He added, “Craftsmen and women were on hand to demonstrate their skills, including coachline painter Mark Court; guests were encouraged to try their hand at creating the perfect coachline with a Phantom Extended Wheelbase as their canvas.”


Who is Mark Court? Mark Court is a craftsman who adds the final-touch to every Roll-Royce models before they are delivered to their owners. He is the only person that can paint the pinstripe on a Rolls-Royce cars by hand and it’s a hardest part is ensuring a seamless join between brush strokes as he moves down the 6 metre length of a car. For your info! A Indian craftsman pinstripes Royal Enfield motorcycle petrol tank at their factory in Chennai.


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