Reflecting this confidence in the stable and robust growth of the region, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has opened three new showrooms – in Queensland, Australia; Manila, the Philippines; and Phnom Penh, Cambodia.The marque is now represented in 15 markets across Asia-Pacific, outside of China.
The Queensland showroom, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars’ third opening in the country, was inaugurated by its Chief Executive Officer ,Torsten Müller-Ötvös, who was in the region for a week-long visit. During the launch of the 300-sq-m facility, distinguished guests were also treated to the Queensland debut of Ghost Series II.
Speaking at the opening,Torsten said: “Australia is a very important market for us, with which we share a rich century-long history. Since returning to the market in 2003 as Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, we have enjoyed steady growth, and we see strong potential in the Queensland market.”
Across the equator, the marque’s 323-sq-m new facility in Manila was launched by Asia Pacific Regional Director Paul Harris, Asia Pacific General Manager Sales Michael A. Schneider, and Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Manila Dealer Principal Willy Tee Ten and Senior Vice President Michael Cua.They marked the opening by presenting Ghost Series II to invited guests.
In Cambodia, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Phnom Penh has opened a luxurious four-car showroom in the hear t of the capital, as well as an aftersales facility in Russian Boulevard.
The Asia-Pacific region is projected to remain the global growth leader over the medium term, says the latest International Monetary Fund report on the regional economic outlook.