The wheeled monolith above is the 2013 Rolls-Royce Phantom Extended Wheelbase – a rolling demonstration of the real definition of "More." For that reason we can use it as a symbol of the firm's sales, which have not only achieved 'more' for the past three years but have also broken company records. Adding to its record-setting years in 2010 and 2011, the Goodwood-based carmaker moved 3,575 units, an increase of 38 over the year before.
Rolls Royce Sales
"The poor stay poor, the rich get rich. That's how it goes, and everybody knows". Leonard Cohen might as well have been writing jingle for Rolls-Royce. Because while mass-market automakers have seen plummeting sales, the quintessential luxury marque has enjoyed another year of sales improvement, building on the five years of consecutive growth the company has experienced since re-launching itself under the BMW umbrella.
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