Rolls Royce Sales Through The Roof In 2021, Registers Best Ever Numbers

  • Jan 11, 2022
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The pandemic could not dent Rolls Royce’s fortunes


What a year 2021 was for Rolls Royce! Braving a global economic downturn and a spate of lockdowns, the luxury carmaker sold 5,586 cars across the globe, an increase of 49 percent from 2020. These are also the best-ever sales figures in its 117-year history. 


The company’s sales were, as expected, spearheaded by the Ghost, its entry-level luxury sedan that can give swanky and lavish yachts a run for their money. The Black Badge Ghost also helped the sedan’s appeal. That aside, the Cullinan SUV and the top-of-the-line Phantom also sent the cash registers ringing. 


Such has been their business that you will have to wait till the fourth quarter of 2022 to buy a new Rolls Royce as the company has its hands full for the remainder of the year. The carmaker’s factory is working at nearly full capacity to ensure timely deliveries.


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Besides principal offerings, bespoke commissions and collection cars also helped to fill the British carmaker’s coffers. Some notable ones were the Phantom Oribe (co-created with Hermès), Black Badge Wraith, and Rolls’ coach-built car, the Boat Tail

The next model from Rolls Royce will be the all-electric Spectre, which is currently under testing. The wraps will come off by the end of next year. 

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