Luxury Carmaker Rolls Royce forecasts double-digit sales growth in China this year, which is tipped to be lower than the 40 percent rate it saw in 2018, as revealed by its chief executive on Tuesday.
|FILE PHOTO: The "Spirit of Ecstasy" car bonnet ornament is pictured on a Rolls Royce car during the Prague Autoshow in Prague, Czech Republic, April 13, 2019. REUTERS/David W Cerny|
This was explained by Torsten Muller-Otvos to Reuters in an interview on the Shanghai Autoshow
"We are all set up for again quite a good growth rate in 2019. We definitely see double-digit growth" said the CEO of the BMW-owned Rolls Royce Motor Cars.
The man in charge of the Rolls Royce Motor Cars, also settled with this years growth pattern unlikely to attain to the same level as last year. "I don't think so. That would be a little bit too much," -he affirmed.