Rolls-Royce launch a crossover study model

Rolls-Royce launch a crossover study model

Rolls-Royce would produce and seriously considering entering the market crossovers and SUVs.

According to rumors, the company did studies and found that 50% of the auto market will be dominated by these types of vehicles. So Peter Schwarzenbauer, board member of BMW, MINI and Rolls-Royce admitted that it is "our responsibility to look at this market," saying the company is "seriously examining" the possibility of launching a crossover model.

Schwarzenbauer declined to give more details on this release possible, but admitted he would need to follow the characteristics of other models of Rolls-Royce. The executive also defended the arrival of a template in this category citing the examples of successful BMW and Porsche, who did well launching the Cayenne and X5, respectively.

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