Is Rolls Royce Ghost Your Wedding Car?

UK-based luxury car rental provider, predicts that 2012 will be the year of the Rolls Royce Ghost, with the leading chauffeur-driven car hire company tipping the model to become the most popular and sought after wedding car of the year.

It says the signs are all pointing to the growing popularity of the Rolls Royce Ghost, as only just this month the luxury car manufacturer announced the company’s largest yearly sales in the 107-year history of Rolls Royce, with 3500 cars sold throughout 2011, signalling a 31% jump in sales for the year.

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Sales of the Ghost model were credited with driving the boom, with consumers being drawn to the smaller and more efficient member of the Rolls Royce family.

The recent announcement from Rolls Royce heralds a new dawn for the Ghost, with the car which has often been seen as the younger brother of the Rolls Royce dynasty, climbing the ranks to take over from the long admired Phantom, as the most in-demand car from the Rolls Royce fleet, says the car rental site.

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Combined with the site’s findings of an increase in wedding car hire bookings and enquiries for the Rolls Royce Ghost, along with the recent boom in Ghost sales during the last 12 months, the leading Rolls Royce hire provider believes 2012 will be the year that the Rolls Royce Ghost finally steps out from shadow of the Phantom, to take centre stage.

The UK-based luxury car hire operator is in the process of adding more Rolls Royce Ghost models to its fleet, expecting that Ghost will be high on the most wanted list of brides and grooms during 2012.

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