Rolls-Royce delivers record number of cars in 2023

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Rolls-Royce Motor Cars delivered a record number of luxury vehicles to customers last year.

This luxury car manufacturer delivered no less than 6,032 cars around the world in 2023 – 11 more compared to 2022 and the largest number in the company’s 119-year history.

The record number is attributed, among other things, to increasing demand in the manufacturer’s Cullinan, Ghost and Phantom models as well as its electric Spectre model.

The US was the group’s biggest market in 2023, after China.

Last year “was another extraordinary year for Rolls-Royce, with strong sales performances in all regions and across the full product portfolio”, says Chris Brownridge, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars’ new CEO.

“I am in the extremely fortunate position to take over responsibility for a business in good health, with strong foundations and a clear strategy for growth and development, formidable technical capabilities and a focused, dedicated team.”

Brownridge took over from his predecessor, Torsten Muller-Otvos, as CEO in November.

Rolls-Royce cars are manufactured in Goodwood, southern England.

The emblematic British car brand, which was founded at the beginning of the 20th century, became part of the German car giant BMW in 1998.