Premium automobile manufacturer Rolls Royce recently demonstrated a fabulous way to connect with its buyers and give them a taste of what it’s like in a Rolls Royce manufacturing unit, literally. The automaker successfully converted its assembly line floor into a dining hall for 100 guests, hosting the “Dine on the Line” event, an opportunity for guests to have a closer look at the manufacturing works of Rolls Royce. The guests, who make up the upper creamier crust of modern-day society, were welcomed by the management team while craftsmen and women showed off their exceptional coach-building skills during the event.
At the event, the celebrated coach-line-painter Mark Court, known for his exceptionally steady hand, guests to try their hand at coach-line painting with a Phantom Extended Wheelbase for a canvas. The event also had on show vintage models and cars ranging from the very modern Phantom Series II to the Phantom 1, hailing from the 1930s!