ROLLS-ROYCE SOUTH AFRICA

Rolls-Royce engineers, manufactures and distributes luxury automobiles and parts across the globe.

Founded by Charles Stewart Rolls and Sir Frederick Henry Royce in 1906, the company has earned a reputation for exceptional engineering quality and cars considered to be among the best in the world.

In 2007, Daytona was awarded the license to represent Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. The South African luxury car segment has no comparative.

It has a carpark of over 200 vehicles and the most premium client database in the country.

GARRY NEL

GARRY NEL

AFTERSALES / SERVICE MANAGER

+27 11 301 7000
+27 82 330 6721

COLLEEN VILELA

COLLEEN VILELA

MARKETING MANAGER

+27 11 301 7100
+27 72 301 6710

JODY HIN

JODY HIN

SERVICE ADVISOR

+27 11 301 7100
+27 72 247 0256

TYRON BARBE

TYRON BARBE

MARKETING ASSISTANT

+27 11 301 7100
+27 76 617 8873

CHARMAINE VENTER

CHARMAINE VENTER

STOCK CONTROLLER

+27 11 301 7100
+27 71 244 0761

MPHO SEKHOTO

MPHO SEKHOTO

SERVICE ADVISOR

+27 11 301 7100
+27 79 440 0394

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars

Sandton Isle
126 Rivonia Road
Sandown
T – 011 301 7000
F – 011 301 7101
www.rrmc-sandton.co.za

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Rolls-Royce Motor Cars News

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Rolls-Royce crystal

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Luxury carmakers never let up in their pursuit of extravagance and sophistication. Just look at Mulliner’s Fly Fishing Bentayga for evidence of how far manufacturers will go to appeal to high-end customers.

Rolls-Royce, of course, is no exception. This week it revealed the luxury picnic hamper, pictured above, as its latest addition to their Phantom Zenith Collection, available with new deliveries of the seventh-generation limo.

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Is this the future of the car?

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Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has unveiled a concept car that showcases what the firm thinks luxury vehicles might look like in 100 years’ time. The Vision Next 100 is a 5,9m-long, zero-emission, self-driving car complete with an artificial intelligence virtual assistant and a silk sofa — but no steering wheel.

Concept cars are one-off designs that have two purposes: to show the world what a brand has to say about the future, and to show the brand what the world has to say about its ideas. Somewhere between these two poles, the company will harvest the impulses for the development of new cars.

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