Rolls-Royce to launch its first SUV
The automaker said that the new model would be “a high-bodied car”
German-owned luxury carmaker Rolls-Royce on Wednesday unveiled plans to launch its own sports utility vehicle, mirroring recent moves by fellow upmarket rivals Bentley and Jaguar.
The British brand, which is owned by Germany’s BMW, revealed in an open letter from Rolls-Royce chairman Peter Schwarzenbauer and chief executive Torsten Mueller-Oetvoes that it was in the process of developing its first-ever 4x4 car.
“Today we confirm that we are developing an all-new Rolls-Royce with exceptional presence, elegance and purpose ... A car that offers the luxury of a Rolls-Royce in a vehicle that can cross any terrain,” the letter read.
The automaker added that the new model would be “a high-bodied car, with an all-new aluminum architecture,” but gave no indication of price or when production would begin.
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