The other day with the latest Forbes ranking of the world’s richest -the same where Elon Musk, the flamboyant founder of Tesla, climbed 31 positions- and now with the Rolls-Royce sales record during the first quarter of 2021; It is clear that the economic and health crisis caused by the coronavirus does not affect everyone equally.
As we said, the British super-luxury firm, belonging to the BMW group, recorded an increase in its sales of 62% between January and March of this year and compared to the same period in 2020. Registered 1,380 cars in the world, a rare figure for a signature of its exclusivity.
In fact, corresponds to the best record of its 116 years of history, thus surpassing the record achieved during the first quarter of 2019.
United States, China and Asia-Pacific are its main markets. Meanwhile, that the new Ghost and the Cullinan, its first SUV, already accumulating orders for the second half of 2021.
To the CEO of Rolls-Royce, Torsten Müller-Ötvos, These remarkable results are possible because they have responded with “boldness, imagination and inventiveness”, and with “meticulous planning” to recent challenges.