LONDON (Reuters) – Rolls-Royce chief executive said demand for his company’s luxury cars is rebounding, helped by sales in Asia, and he is optimistic about prospects for next year after the pandemic coronavirus hit consumer confidence and shut down dealerships.
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Torsten Muller-Otvos said the demand meant Rolls-Royce was the first automaker to resume auto production in the UK on May 4.
“We are seeing a very successful company coming back from Asia, Europe is also coming back on track, the Americas just delivered a great result in July and August,” the boss of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars owned by the company told Reuters. to BMW.
“I’m pretty optimistic about 2021, especially on the back of a very strong order bank that we already have on our books. “
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Muller-Otvos has said his company has no plans to move production out of the UK due to Brexit.
“We are attached to Great Britain. I would even say that we are part of the jewels in the British industrial crown, ”he said. “For this reason, Rolls-Royce is owned by Great Britain. ”
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