Rolls-Royce had a great year in 2022, since it sold 6,021 vehicles, up 8 percent from 2021. That means that 2022 was the brand’s first year ever, in its 118-year history, that Rolls-Royce delivered more than 6,000 vehicles in a single 12-month period.
In 2022, Rolls-Royce saw strong year-on-year growth in the Middle East, Asia-Pacific, the USA and Europe. The number of one-off Bespoke commissions also increased, which Rolls-Royce said “resulted in clients being willing to pay an average of around half a million Euros ($536k) for their unique Rolls-Royce.”
2023 is gearing up to be another great year for Rolls-Royce since it says that it already has a lot of advance orders to fulfill.
“2022 has been a momentous year for Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. Not only did we reveal Rolls‑Royce Spectre, our marque’s first ever fully-electric series model to the world, it was also the first year we ever delivered more than 6,000 cars in a single 12-month period, with strong demand across our entire product portfolio. But as a true House of Luxury, sales are not our sole measure of success: we are not and never will be a volume manufacturer. Bespoke is Rolls-Royce, and commissions were also at record levels last year, with our clients’ requests becoming ever more imaginative and technically demanding – a challenge we enthusiastically embrace. The unrivalled Bespoke creativity and quality achieved by our team here in Goodwood means that on average, our clients are now happy to pay around half a million Euros for their unique motor car.” stated Torsten Müller-Ötvös, Chief Executive Officer, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars