Rolls-Royce Motor Cars delivered approximately 5,586 automobiles in 2021, representing around 49 percent increase from the previous year. The luxury auto brand is a wholly owned subsidiary of BMW. Record sales took place in 2018 thanks to the successful release of the Phantom VIII in July 2017.
Rolls-Royce and Brexit
Rolls-Royce hit record numbers for the second year straight in 2019. However, international new light vehicle sales remained flat between 2016 and 2019, and significantly declined in 2020. Furthermore, the United Kingdom’s potential departure from the European Union causes some worry amongst UK-based automakers, including Rolls-Royce: West Sussex, England, is home to the headquarters, design, and manufacturing facilities of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. Roughly 90 percent of the finished vehicles at this plant are exported out of the United Kingdom to other regions of the world. Following Brexit, the UK government must renegotiate trade deals with the EU and governments around the world. The United States and China will be a particularly important trading partners in the future. The U.S. is the largest market for Rolls-Royce, accounting approximately 30 percent of their sales. China is the second largest market and has been growing considerably. Post-Brexit laws may affect the goods and parts that are used to make Rolls-Royce automobiles. According to Rolls-Royce's CEO, only 10 percent of parts for Roll-Royce vehicles come from the UK.
Worldwide sales volume of Rolls-Royce automobiles from 2007 to 2021
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