British luxury car maker, Rolls Royce is all set to enter the South American car market after having made their presence felt in Asia with China, Russia and India. Just like the other markets where imports of Rolls Royce cars used to happen far before Rolls Royce was even present in those markets, similarly, even South America has got a vast percentage of customers having Rolls Royce cars. This actually makes it easy for the British company to find their bearings in here.
Rolls Royce CEO, Torsten Muller is currently in the process of fixing up meetings with the local media, probable customers as also potential dealers in Chile and Brazil. Already two dealers have been finalized and they are Chile: Williamson Balfour Motors and for Brazil, Italia Group. As of now, delivery dates haven’t been finalized yet but it is expected that Rolls would start rolling out their cars here by the end of the year. Not only this, Rolls Royce currently have their plates full with the quota of vehicles allotted to the South American market already taken up.