Rolls Royce expands Indian operations with larger Delhi showroom

Published On November 11, 2011 By at Gaadi

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars continues its expansion in India with the opening of a new, larger showroom at Mohan Co-operative Industrial Estate, Mathura Road, New Delhi.

The 702 m² facility, which replaces the retail space at Connaught Road, has room to showcase up to five cars. It also boasts interior and customer lounge specifications to the latest Rolls-Royce global standards. These features will present clients with a refined and private setting in which to configure their cars. The lounge is fully equipped with the latest wood and leather samples from the Home of Rolls-Royce in Goodwood, England allowing customers to commission the Bespoke department to create cars as unique as their own fingerprints.

Yadur Kapur, Director, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars New Delhi said: “The opening of this new showroom is a great statement of our ambitions for the brand. This is a space befitting the quality of a Rolls-Royce motor car and the impeccable taste of our customers.”

Paul Harris, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Regional Director for Asia-Pacific added: “The investment in a facility of this quality is a great testament to the confidence Rolls-Royce Motor Cars New Delhi have in the marque. We are committed to building on the recent success we have enjoyed in a market with a long and rich association with the brand.” He added: “This is the perfect space to showcase our latest model, Ghost Extended Wheelbase. I am delighted to say feedback from the media and customers has been overwhelmingly positive since its global launch.”   Ghost Extended Wheelbase, the sixth new Rolls-Royce model made its New Delhi debut at the showroom opening.