Rolls-Royce, owned by BMW, reached record sales in 2021, boosted by Ghost sales.
British “PA Media” said it sold 5,586 cars last year, an increase of 49% over 2020.
Today, Monday, the company announced that “there is a high demand for all models”, especially “Ghost” and Cullinan.
Rolls-Royce, by its Ghost, targets the rich and the business world.
Headquartered in Goodwit, West Sussex, the company continues to develop the first electric vehicle, the “Specter”, which is scheduled to hit the market in the last three months of 2023.
The company’s CEO, Dorsten Mர்ller Otvos, described 2021 as “exceptional” for the Rolls-Royce.
He added, “In light of the unprecedented demand for all products in every global market, we have sold more cars than ever before in the company’s 117 – year history.”
“These are encouraging results as we prepare for the historic release of our first electric car, the Specter,” he explained.
நிறுவனம்tvös said the company plans to stop selling cars powered by conventional internal combustion engines within nine years.
Earlier, the Bloomberg news agency quoted Muller Ötvös as saying, “With this new product, we offer all our certification to convert all our cars to electrification by 2030. By this date, Rolls-Royce will no longer be operating any products powered by internal combustion engines.” Or selling.
Since Charles Rolls and Henry Ross agreed to co-create the cars on May 4, 1904, the company’s CEO has described the decision to switch to electric cars as the most significant in the company’s history.
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