Rolls Royce is now on OVERDRIVE.


Nothing says that you have arrived like driving a Rolls-Royce down your front porch. However if your interested to buy a new phantom this new year beware you may have to wait till 2010. Production is expected to increase by 10% say its PR executives. Rolls-Royce, already having dedicated millions of dollars to enhancing its production facilities, is looking to add more hands in a bid to keep up with the ever-growing demand for its cars. Production in 2007 was up 25% over 2006 to 1,000 units. This year 100 new cars are rolling off the Goodwood production line straight to China. Emerging markets has its own share of fortune makers.
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Seems as soon as consumers are finding wealth they go & purchase the new Rolls. The car maker had built its reputation as the car fit for kings. Now trends have changed & there are many wealthy who want one, even when the wealthiest individuals on this planet drive everyday cars.
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