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Rolls-Royce production at its Sussex plant increases

Production at the Rolls-Royce factory in West Sussex has reached its highest level since manufacturing began there in 2003.

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All Rolls-Royce models are sold out until at least September

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars announced the rise after more than 300 vehicles were built in June at its Goodwood plant.

Production is currently running at 15 cars a day and all models are sold out until at least September.

The firm said sales worldwide were up almost 200% in the first half of 2010 compared to the same period in 2009.

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars chief executive Torsten Muller-Otvos said: "This is an excellent interim result and we are well on our way to meeting our target of at least doubling our 2009 sales."

The German carmaker BMW, which owns Rolls-Royce, also reported a sharp rise in sales; up 13.1%.

"In some cases, the automobile markets are recovering much faster than expected," said Ian Robertson, BMW board member in charge of marketing and chairman or Rolls-Royce.

"We aim to continue this upward trend in the second half of the year."

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Ghastly things. They look like FAB 1 re-sprayed (spayed?)

Thus proving that tasteless loon-priced spiv-mobiles are where it's at.

Note to the one named A. Sugar. You would be sitting in the driver's seat, but you do not come close to Parker's class; or morals

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A Rolls is cheap compared to a 50 year old semi.

more room in it too for a family.

and the clocks are silent.

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A Rolls is cheap compared to a 50 year old semi.

more room in it too for a family.

and the clocks are silent.

:lol: at Laura's point, very good.

I was just remembering what British housing was like, how pokey it was. It is like sitting in the car.

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theres only so much you can charge for a car.

Theres (almost) no limit to the growth in the highest salaries as evidenced by the huge wealth imbalances that keep on growing as evidenced by the number of mi/billionaires over the last decade.

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its as if they realised trickle down didnt work but instead of admitting this and looking to change it they just ram more money in the top (loosened credit) to try to force it through the hoarded blockage

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