The newest member of the Rolls Royce family, Wraith, is all set to receive a convertible variant, confirms Rolls Royce CEO Torsten Muller-Otvos. But, don’t expect anything now, as this development will take at least two years.
In the summer of 1913, Rolls-Royce Works Team and privateer entrant James Radley embarked on the Austrian Alpine Trials with four Rolls-Royce Silver Ghosts. They completed the 1820 grueling miles of near impassable mountain terrain, and help cement Rolls Royce‘s reputation for peerless reliability and mechanical excellence.
Rolls Royce has opened their largest showroom in the world. This new Rolls Royce showroom is located at Shenyang, China and it can accommodate 5 Rolls Royce cars for display combined, on its two floors.
Rolls Royce has revealed the all new Ghost extended wheelbase in pink. This car is specially designed to raise £1 million for Breast Cancer Care, over the next 12 months.
BMW Group global sales growth 3% in March 2013. BMW 3 Series received much response while the company has also announced expansion of this range where the new BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo is expected.
The elegant and powerful Rolls Royce Wraith, made its US debut at the 2013 New York Auto Show. This is the most powerful Rolls Royce car to date and is expected to generate maximum sales in the US.
Rolls Royce Art Deco Ghost, one of the only 35 models in the world, is now on display at the 2013 Bangkok International Motor Show along with other Bespoke Art Deco Collection from the British luxury car maker.
From 21st of March 2013 till end of the month, BMW Museum in Munich will be holding their first ever Rolls Royce exhibition. This exhibition is being organized to mark the 150th birth anniversary of Rolls Royce company founder – Sir Henry Royce.
After enticing their fans with teasers since January this year, the latest Rolls Royce car finally took shape in Geneva earlier today. Here are some launch images of the Wraith from the 2013 Geneva Motor Show and from Goodwood.