Rolls-Royce’s first ever exhibition goes public at the BMW Museum, Munich

That Rolls-Royce has some of the most amazing luxury cars is a known fact. But how many of them can you see at once? Well, 15, if you head over to Munich right away. The first ever Rolls-Royce Motor Cars exhibition will soon be open to public at the BMW Museum, Munich. Dubbed as ‘Strive for Perfection’, the brand is celebrating its tenth year of the “renaissance of the Rolls‑Royce marque under BMW Group ownership”. It also commemorates the 150th birth anniversary of Sir Henry Royce. Spanning across over 1,000 square metres spread across five floors at the landmark BMW Museum bowl, the exhibition shows of 15 original Rolls‑Royce stunners dating between 1907 and 2012. The cars on display include the Rolls-Royce 10EX, alongside the story of Sir Henry Royce and Charles Stewart Rolls beginning from 1904, right up to today. Apart from all this, you can lay your eyes on some interesting backdrops such as “themes including coachbuilding, craftsmanship, Bespoke design, engineering and advertising”.

Along with all this, RR hasn’t forgotten to give ode to its iconic Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament and the ‘Pantheon’ radiator grille. For those not too keen on cars, can head over to check out items including men’s and women’s fashion, leather goods, time pieces, shoes, silver and glass ware.

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