Rolls-Royce CEO Torsten Müller-Ötvös announced two new, upgraded showrooms in Tokyo and Yokohama, and a new dealership in Osaka.
Responding to the strong level of interest in its cars in Japan, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has opened up increased retail space in Tokyo and a new presence in Osaka, in addition to an upgraded showroom in Yokohama.
In Tokyo, Rolls-Royce CEO oversaw the opening of a new, expanded showroom at Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Tokyo operated by Cornes Motors Ltd at Shiba, Minato-ku Tokyo. The new 318 square meters facility has a showroom which can accommodate five cars and has been upgraded to Rolls-Royce latest global standards.
„Investment in this space represents Cornes Motors Ltd confidence in the continuing success of the brand in Tokyo. In addition to sustained demand for Ghost and Ghost Extended Wheelbase – Tokyo customers embrace highly-Bespoke, pinnacle Phantom family cars. This is reflected in the interest and orders Phantom Series II has already generated,” said Mr Kenzo Watari, CEO Cornes Motors.
The Tokyo dealership was the most successful by sales volume in Asia-Pacific outside of Greater China in 2011. Cornes Motors has also been awarded Rolls-Royce Motor Car’s first dealership in Osaka. Rolls-Royce CEO also visited the Yokohama showroom, operated by Nicole MotorCars, which has upgraded and expanded the facility.