It’s been another bumper year for British brand Rolls-Royce, with the automaker confirming today it sold a record 3,630 vehicles in 2013, surpassing the previous record of 3,538 sales set in 2012. This is the fourth consecutive year of record sales for Rolls-Royce, and with the introduction of new models like the Wraith we could be in store for a new record come the end of 2014, the marque’s 110th year in the auto business.
But the number of sales wasn’t the only record Rolls-Royce set. The previous year marked another record for the Rolls-Royce Bespoke personalization program, with virtually every Phantom model and three out of every four Ghosts ordered with enhancements made by the team at Rolls-Royce Bespoke.
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Rolls-Royce doesn’t provide a breakdown of sales numbers for individual markets, but mentions that the U.S. and China remained the most significant individual markets, followed by the Middle East region. Other key markets include Germany, Japan and Canada.
Sales of the ultra-luxurious vehicles now take place in more than 40 countries and the list is growing. No less than 15 new dealerships opened across the world in 2013, taking the total to 120 for the first time in the brand’s history, and further dealership expansion is planned for 2014.
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