Rolls Royce literally is on cloud number Nine, with an impressive sales figures compared to last year’s sales. India and Rolls Royce though has a very old connection; Rolls Royce in India is in its second innings and the British Luxury car brand is doing very well now.
The Luxury brand has seen a seven-fold increase in its sales for the year 2010. Rolls Royce sold 70 cars in 2010 against 10 cars in 2009.
Mr Brenda Pek, the General Manager, South & East Asia Pacific, Rolls Royce Cars said that the Indian arm of the company witnessed a leap in its growth since 2010. If looking at the sales graph, it exhibits that an accountable growth in the demand for its luxury cars has come especially from the II Tier towns. Pek also mentioned that last year the auto company witnessed a considerable demand from north and south India II Tier cities.
Rolls Royce, has two dealerships in India one in New Delhi and the another one in Mumbai.
Rolls Royce Ghost, the British auto company’s new luxury car model for India, registered an increase in sales for 2010. Perk also said that as many as 80 per cent of the Rolls Royce Ghost buyers are trying the car for the first time. Surprisingly there has been an extended increase in the female buyers. He also stated that the Indian buyers are considering the luxury wagon as a daily car that is a driver’s fantasy.
The Rolls Royce stable currently constitutes of Phantom, Phantom Coupe, Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe and Ghost.