Rolls-Royce announces a new showroom in Malaysia

Article by Christian A., on May 19, 2011

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has officially opened its latest showroom in Petaling Jaya, Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. Gracing the opening of new dealership -- owned by Quill Motorcars -- were Paul Harris, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Asia Pacific Regional Director and Brenda Pek, General Manager South & East Asia Pacific.

Dato’ Michael Ong, Managing Director of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Kuala Lumpur, was also present during the opening of the Rolls-Royce showroom in Malaysia. Harris remarked that Rolls-Royce continues to invest in the Malaysian market, which benefited from its economic growth and its increasing demand for super-luxury cars.

He noted that Rolls-Royce presence in Malaysia indicates the brand’s commitment to provide service support for current and future customers. Dato’ Ong, meanwhile, quipped that the opening of the new showroom marks a new milestone for Quill Motorcars and its Rolls-Royce business in Malaysia.

He remarked that Quill Motorcars -- from its Phantom and Ghost demonstrators to its ability to support customers – is now all ready to provide Rolls-Royce customers with a highly positive ownership experience. He noted that the dealership’s authorized workshop is fully supported by the Rolls-Royce factory and features the latest technology for servicing Rolls-Royce cars. The 224-sqm showroom in Petaling Jaya could accommodate three Rolls-Royce motor cars.

It also features a lounge where customers could configure their Rolls-Royce unit with color, wood and leather samples from the carmaker’s Goodwood site in West Sussex. It is located at Quill 9 building, which is the headquarters of Quill Motorcars, Sdn Bhd, an authorized dealership partner Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. The British carmaker now has 18 showrooms in the Asia Pacific region.

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ROLLS-ROYCE OPENS NEW SHOWROOM IN MALAYSIA

Rolls Royce has announced the official opening of its latest showroom in Petaling Jaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Owned by Quill Motorcars, the facility was unveiled by Paul Harris, Rolls Royce Motor Cars Asia Pacific Regional Director, Brenda Pek, General Manager South & East Asia Pacific and Dato' Michael Ong, Managing Director of Rolls Royce Motor Cars Kuala Lumpur.

Paul Harris commented: "We continue to invest in a Malaysian market buoyed by the country's economic growth and growing appetite for super-luxury cars. Our presence signals our commitment to providing service support for current and future customers, many of whom are new to the brand."

Dato' Michael Ong, added: "Today marks a milestone as Quill Motorcars embarks on its quest to build the Rolls Royce business in Malaysia. From our Phantom and Ghost demonstrators to our ability to support customers create highly bespoke cars, Quill Motorcars is ready to ensure that Rolls Royce customers have nothing less than a highly positive ownership experience. Our authorised workshop, which is fully supported by the Rolls Royce factory, is also equipped with the latest technology to service Rolls Royce cars."

The showroom, 224 square metres in size, accommodates three Rolls Royces models, alongside a customer lounge where customers can configure their car, using colour, wood and leather samples from the manufacturing plant in Goodwood, West Sussex.

The showroom is positioned in a prestigious area close to Kuala Lumpur's main thoroughfares, housed in the Quill 9 building, the headquarters of Rolls Royce Motor Cars authorised dealership partner, Quill Motorcars Sdn Bhd.

Currently, there are 18 Rolls Royce Motor Cars showrooms in the Asia pacific region.

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