Rolls-Royce has been a motoring icon for over 100 yearsTorsten Müller-Ötvös
Since 1904 Rolls-Royce has created instantly recognisable motor
cars that have made the marque an enduring icon all over the world.
Inspired by some of the most evocative cars ever built, we have the
great privilege of taking this legacy into the future.
Phantom redefined the marque for the 21st century - a fitting
celebration of the principles of Sir Henry Royce. This continuing
pursuit of innovation, realised in our EX programme and the models
it has produced, has created new benchmarks for the industry. The
launch of Ghost marks the next stage in the evolution of the
marque. To develop and build the most technologically advanced car
of its kind we have invested heavily in our people and our
facilities at Goodwood. This investment will help us develop
new models that will let us continue to grow the company's
The Home of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars
Every Rolls-Royce motor car is built by hand at our
state-of-the-art head quarters and manufacturing facility at the
Home of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars at Goodwood. Designed by architect
Sir Nicholas Grimshaw, the building was designed to have minimal
impact on the environment.
60 Pairs of Hands
Each Rolls-Royce motor car passes through 60 pairs of highly-skilled hands before it reaches its owner.