Rolls-Royce has opened its fourth dealership in India. This new showroom is in Chadigarh, Punjab and is operated by Select Cars, the same group which owns the Rolls-Royce dealership in Delhi. The other dealerships Rolls-Royce has in India are in Mumbai, Delhi and Hyderabad. A new business development head has been appointed for the sub-continent. The British automaker has also announced the launch of the Rolls-Royce Ghost Extended Wheelbase. This is the sixth model in the Rolls-Royce India line-up and features 170 mm more leg space at the rear (over the regular Ghost). The vehicle’s interior uses Malabar wood, which is sourced from Kerala.
“We have made no secret of our ambitions in India, a market with a century-old association with Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. Strategically we have identified Chandigarh as the perfect place to enter the next phase of expansion in India. We have already seen a healthy amount of interest from Chandigarh based customers and I have every confidence in the potential of this highly important territory,” Paul Harris, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, Regional Director, Asia Pacific, said.