With the target of expanding the retail presence, British luxury carmaker Rolls-Royce Motor Cars (RRMC) is looking forward to open a new and larger showroom in New Delhi from the first quarter of 2011.
The company also expects to finalise an agreement with parent company BMW for vehicle financing in India, which would help further boost sales in the coming year. It expects to sell 60-70 cars in India this year.
It is reported that the RRMC would be incorporated into the German automaker’s who recently launched the Indian financial services arm for its own high-end products.
Rolls-Royce, which sells the Phantom (including extended wheelbase), Coupe, Drophead coupe and the Ghost, has delivered around 40 cars in India in the last two years.