Charles Rolls was a thrill-seeking young mechanical engineer that sought a better car than the era produced. At a now famous lunch, Rolls met Sir Henry Royce, also an engineer, who was dissatisfied with his car. The two joined forces and the cars they created broke the mold. Upon completing a nearly 15,000 mile endurance test, the 1907 Silver Ghost became known as “the best car in the world.” Those same principles that drove Rolls and Royce to build a car that was above and beyond anything else built has evolved into a marque that is as distinctive as it is legendary. Rolls-Royce automobiles are built at a state-of the art facility at the Goodwood Estate. No less than 60 sets of expert hands touch every car that rolls off the production line.

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