After posting record sales with Asia as its fastest growing market, the ultimate in luxury car-making, Rolls Royce, announced Monday that it is looking to expand to Thailand and Vietnam in 2012.
Sales in Asia jumped 31 percent to 3,538 vehicles in 2011. It was the highest annual total in the company’s 107-year history. Sales were driven by China and the United States with 47 percent year-over-year growth in Asia-Pacific, 17 percent in North America and 23 percent in the Middle East.
In order to meet strong global demands for Ghost and Phantom models, Rolls royce unveiled in September plans to expand its Goodwood factory.