Over the weekend, Rolls-Royce hosted the Spirit of Ecstasy Drive in London. Over 100 historic and contemporary Rolls-Royce models paraded from central London to Syon Park in west London in celebration of the centenary year of the Spirit of Ecstasy. Check out footage from the event.
Rolls-Royce is celebrating 100 years of the highly coveted Spirit of Ecstasy. To commemorate the centenary year, Rolls-Royce will bear every 2011 Ghost and Phantom produced at the Goodwood factory with the inscription Spirit of Ecstasy Centenary – 2011. This will be etched into the base of each statuette, in a specially selected font ITC Willow. Rolls-Royce also plans to host various Spirit of Ecstasy inspired initiatives and events throughout the year.
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David Beckham and his sons were spotted in Beverly Hills in his customized Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead.
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Rolls-Royce CEO Ian Robertson said it expects the firm to more than double in sales in 2010. Currently sales figuresÂ sit in around 1,000 per year for Rolls-Royce. The RR4 is considered to be the baby Phantom, with speculations it will share the same platform with the upcoming BMW 7-Series and weigh somewhere around 5,000 plus pounds.Â The new Rolls is expected to be priced between $250,000 and $300,000, which is considered “entry-level” for this brand.