Rolls-Royce 200EX Concept Will Debut At Geneva Motor Show

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For months now we have been hearing about a new Rolls-Royce model that would be a smaller version of the Phantom. The car was originally referred to as the “RR4” will make its debut next month at the Geneva Motor Show. Rolls-Royce is still considering a name for the production version of the vehicle but at the moment the car will be titled the “200 EX”. Much more pictures below. Continue reading Rolls-Royce 200EX Concept Will Debut At Geneva Motor Show

The Rolls-Royce Hyperion

Rolls Royce has put together a nice piece of machinery together to the newest item of their collection. The Rolls Royce Hyperion brings back characteristics of the vintage models while combing a fresh and innovating design.

The Hyperion is a typical two seater convertible with a windscreen and special ‘cockpit’ that’s pushed back by 400 meters. The sides were designed to give it a sleek and sporty impression. The car strangely enough comes with it’s own gun rack, for easily storing your own gun for those hunting trips, that’s if your going hunting with a Rolls-Royce. A limited edition timepiece from watchmaker Girard-Perregaux will be included in all vehicles and have specially been incorporated into the vehicle. Owners will be able to detach the timepiece from the bracelet and place it in a special spot on the dashboard.

This isn’t the only vehicle Rolls-Royce has been working one. Sketches have been released of upcoming Rolls-Royce RR4 which is slated to release in 2010. Rolls-Royce CEO Ian Robertson feels confident that Roll-Royce will double in sales once the RR4 gets released. Currently sales figures sit in around 1,000 per year for Rolls-Royce.

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Coming Down The Road: Rolls Royce Expects To Double Sales With RR4

Rolls-Royce CEO Ian Robertson said it expects the firm to more than double in sales in 2010. Currently sales figures 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. The new Rolls is expected to be priced between $250,000 and $300,000, which is considered “entry-level” for this brand.