The legacy of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars continues as they unveil their new showroom in Paris opened by the firms CEO, Torsten Müller-Ötvös. The idea of a Rolls-Royce showroom in Paris once again shows the world how the prestigious marque are innovative, foreword thinking and traditional. The facility is of course in the centre of Paris in the upmarket and fashionable 17th arrondissement. The grand opening was attended by VIP guests, celebrities, customers as well as media. The impressive building created by architects will hold 3 Rolls-Royce’s and fits in perfectly with the Parisian air of fashion with it’s customer lounge hosting colour and trim samples and an expresso bar.
Alice Temperley MBE, one of British contemporary fashion’s diamonds, created a gown for Rolls-Royce that is described ‘as the embodiment of the graceful little goddess’ which was presented at the opening of the showroom all the way from London Fashion Weeks catwalk.
CEO Torsten Müller-Ötvös said, “Paris is a global capital of style and fine living. I am delighted to see the new French home of Rolls-Royce in the heart of Paris, which complements the unique mood of the city, as well as the core values of our company.”
Dealer Principal of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Paris, Eric Neubauer, said, “The investment in our new showroom underpins our successful business partnership with Rolls-Royce in France. Working with our architects we were keen to create an atmosphere befitting the Spirit of Ecstasy, as we celebrate the centenary of this famous figurine.”
Following record sales Rolls-Royce have expanded their awesome factory at Goodwood to the tone of £10 million, to keep up with customer demand. Global sales are up, despite our world economy, and the firm have had serious interest from India and general sales growth is higher across all regions than ever before.