June 12, 2013

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars celebrates opening of new showroom in St. Petersburg

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars St. Petersburg celebrated the opening of its new showroom in the famous city. The dealership, located at the Astoria Hotel in the fashionable centre of one of the European cultural capitals, will be directed by Tatiana Fitzgerald who is also the Managing
Director of Rolls Royce Motor Cars Moscow. The British manufacturer of super-luxury automobiles commemorated the occasion with a prestigious event for customers and friends of the brand in the evening.

"St. Petersburg, with its timeless beauty and elegance, forms the ideal backdrop to stage Rolls-Royce motor cars in this outstanding showroom. Our presence here marks an important milestone in the sustained development of Rolls-Royce in Russia," said Torsten Muller-Otvos, CEO, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. "I am particularly pleased to see that a team with a proven track record in the world of super-luxury will take care of the customers in and around St. Petersburg. Tatiana and her team have a wealth of experience and will add great momentum to the sphere of luxury in the Leningrad region," he further added.

"Rolls-Royce has a very rich history in St. Petersburg and is where the first Rolls-Royce touched Russian ground more than 100 years ago. The brand is like no other and stands for success and luxury. We are really excited to write the next chapter of the Rolls-Royce story in Russia," said Tatiana Fitzgerald.

The new showroom will help serve increasing demand for Phantom and Ghost models and will provide the most discerning clientele in the region, with direct access to the pinnacle super-luxury brand. The unique Rolls-Royce Bespoke personalisation service will also be available from the new showroom, underlining the further growing popularity of this service among owners in Russia. Nearly all Phantom family models and three out of every four Ghosts contain some element of Bespoke.


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