The super luxury car manufacturer Rolls Royce is optimistic about the Indian car market and aims to grab good sales volume this calendar year. It currently sells Phantom range of luxury sedans and looking forward to sell 14 cars in 2009 in the country.
Mr. Matthew J Bennett, General Manager (South and East Asia Pacific), Rolls-Royce Motor Cars said, “India is a major market for us in the Asian region and we hope to sell as many cars in 2009 as we did last year and it is an achievement."
Currently the company has its dealership in Delhi and Mumbai and offers a complete family of Phantom in India with the recent launch of Phantom Coupe which carries the heavy price tag of Rs 4 Crore. The other models of Rolls Royce India include the base version and the extended wheel-base version of Phantom and Phantom Drophead.
Rolls Royce is also planning to introduce a new car from the RR4 family to India by 2010, which is expected to cost lower than the base model of Phantom.