Rolls-Royce At The British International Motor Show

Rolls Royce 101EX


Rolls-Royce Motor Cars will be exhibiting at this year’s British International Motor Show, which opens to the public at ExCeL in London’s Docklands on 20th July.

101EX will be making its official UK debut at the show. It is the second experimental car from Rolls-Royce since 2003. The car has been hand built to explore a potential design direction for a possible future coupé model. It will be on display on the Rolls-Royce stand until 23rd July.

Speaking today at Goodwood, Ian Robertson, CEO and Chairman said: "We are delighted to be attending our ‘home’ show and in one of the world’s largest markets for Rolls-Royce. Our business continues to go from strength to strength and the Phantom is now the best-selling super-luxury saloon car in the world."

Also on display will be the Phantom extended wheelbase, which has recently gone on sale in the UK and Europe after a successful launch in the Middle East and Asia Pacific regions.

Published 21 May 2006 Melanie Carter

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