Rolls-Royce Invites Customers To Dine On The Assembly Line

Earlier this week Rolls-Royce Motor Cars welcomed more than 100 customers to dine on its assembly line in Goodwood.

The assembly hall had been transformed into an exquisite dining room, with guests entertained in the very place where every new Rolls-Royce is hand-built to individual customer commission.

Customers arrived in true VIP style – either in chauffeured Rolls-Royce Phantoms or by helicopter. At arrival the guests were welcomed to the Home of Rolls-Royce by members of the management team and hosted on a red carpet stroll through the production area, where craftsmen and women were on hand to demonstrate their skills to guests. New Phantom Series II family was also displayed in the dining area alongside beautiful heritage cars from the 1930’s.


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