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Rolls-Royce Opens New Showroom in Malaysia

The New Rolls-Royce Showroom in Malaysia

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars opened its first showroom in Malaysia today, bringing the total number of its outlets in the Asia Pacific region to 18.

The showroom in Kuala Lumpur was opened by Paul Harris, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Asia Pacific Regional Director, who said:

“We continue to invest in a Malaysian market buoyed by the country’s economic growth and growing appetite for super-luxury cars. Our presence signals our commitment to providing service support for current and future customers, many of whom are new to the brand.”

The showroom has space for three Rolls-Royce cars to be displayed as well as an area for customers to discuss their potential purchase and decide which combination of exterior and interior trim they would like to specify on their new car. The cars themselves will be built in the Roll-Royce factory at Goodwood, West Sussex.

 

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Carlton Boyce is a freelance journalist and photographer covering all aspects of the motoring industry.

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