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Rolls Royce has become two word synonym for attributes such as top end of luxury and V12 performance. R-R is among those car manufacturers in the world who hardly comprises on quality and finesse. Customization of car is at owners will ranging from softness of finest range of leather or the Illuminated Spirit of Ecstasy. Rolls Royce manufactures motor cars for global market with its focus on something equivalent to phantom that is capableof performing in any extreme condition.

Rolls Royce History

Rolls Royce Limited was created in 1904 by Henry Royce and Charles Rolls. In 1921 R-R opened its first motor car production plant in United States. In 1922 Rolls Royce 20 HP also known as ‘Baby’ Rolls Royce was launched. In 1925 the Silver Ghost was replaced by the "New Phantom", which was later known as Phantom I.
In 1930, The Phantom II had a much-improved chassis and better-known body styles were the Barker close-coupled touring saloon. 1940, All the Silver Wraiths had coach built bodies. They continued in production until 1959 using the 4887cc engine. The Silver Dawn was the first Rolls-Royce to be sold with a standard steel body and all were exported. The six-cylinder in-line engine of 4,257cc was enlarged to 4.5-litre in 1951 and then to 4.9-litres in 1954. In 1950, HRH Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh took delivery of the first Phantom IV. Phantom IV is one of the rarest Rolls-Royces in the world, with only 18 ever being produced. In 1955, Silver Cloud was launched with a new and handsome standard steel body, designed by J.P. Blatchley. It has capability of a top speed of 106 mph and the 4,887cc engine. In 1965, a yellow Barker-bodied Phantom II shared the limelight alongside Omar Sharif, Ingrid Bergman and Rex Harrison in The Yellow Rolls-Royce. In the same year John Lennon took delivery of a Phantom V.
In 1965, the Silver Shadow I was the first Rolls-Royce to feature a monocoque chassis. It had a top speed limited to 118 mph and was capable of producing 220BHP at 4,500 rpm. 1970, The stylish two-door coachbuilt Corniche based on the Silver Shadow, but built by hand by Mulliner Park Ward. The Corniche was available as either a hardtop or a convertible. Camargue was also coachbuilt on a Silver Shadow platform by Mulliner Park Ward, but was styled by the Italian design house Pininfarina. The two-door coupé was the first Rolls-Royce designed to metric dimensions and had advanced features such as automatic split-level air conditioning. 1980, The Silver Spirit was launched clothed in a more modern and more elegant body. The Silver Spur added four inches to the Spirit wheelbase.In 1990, the Silver Seraph, the Rolls Royce model was built at Crewe. It was developed with the help from BMW. Silver Seraph was powered by a 5.4-litre BMW V12 engine. The Corniche was first Rolls Royce of the new millennium. In 2000, The launch of Ghost marks the next stage in the evolution of the marque. With a view to develop and
build the most technologically advanced Rolls-Royce ever they have done significant investment in workforce and Rolls-Royce headquarters assembly plant which lies in the Sussex Downs at Good Wood.
Source: Rolls Royce Motor Cars Website

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