20 years after starting full production at Goodwood, Rolls-Royce has lots to celebrate.
Goodwood is a place imbued with some of the world’s most important automotive history, but for Rolls-Royce, it’s just about the most important place ever. That’s why 20 years ago, the luxury brand commenced full production at its original home in Goodwood and has been making its incredible luxury cars, and now SUVs as well, ever since. On the 20th anniversary of this change, Rolls-Royce is celebrating record sales in 2022, with 6,021, an increase of 8 percent compared to the year before, which is contrary to much of the automotive industry considering the circumstances that plagued last year.
Rolls-Royce isn’t just looking back on one of its best years, but it is also looking forward to a great one in 2023, as well. The order book for all Rolls-Royce models already accounts for production well into the year, and the newly-introduced Spectre, Rolls-Royce’s first all-electric model ever, has an order book that has gone beyond what even Rolls-Royce itself thought would happen. Having introduced its first Private Office in Dubai last year, Rolls-Royce plans on continuing to bring its Goodwood experience around the world in 2023. With global expansion, and the brand’s first all-electric model ahead, Rolls-Royce has had a great year and hopes to enjoy another year that’s even better.