Classic Rolls-Royce Cars Showcased in BMW's Museum

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Since 1998, when BMW bought the Rolls-Royce brand, the British company's fortune came around. In 2012 Rolls-Royce vehicles recorded the best sales volume in it's history with a record of 3,575 units sold. BMW decided to celebrate the recent success with a Roll-Royce exhibition in Munich.
This is the first time the BMW Museum from Munich is home to such an exquisite display of luxury and class, as only the Rolls-Royce cars could provide. Named 'Strive for Perfection', the event is not just a display of old cars but it also tells the British brand's story and how it became synonymous with luxury and exclusivity.

Founded in 1904 by Sir Henry Royce and the Honorable Charles Stewart Rolls, the British company celebrates its 10th year of fruitful partnership with the Bavarian company in 2013.

The exhibition has 15 original models from 1907 to 2012 up for display and visitors can read all about things like the famous Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament and the 'Pantheon" radiator grille on beautiful descriptive displays.
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