Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has opened its new its new dealership in St. Petersburg, Russia. Rolls-Royce Motor Cars St. Petersburg is located at the Astoria Hotel in the Russian city. It will be managed by Tatiana Fitzgerald, who is currently the Managing Director of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Moscow. Gracing the celebration of the opening was no other than the chief executive of the super luxury carmaker, Torsten Müller-Ötvös.
He remarked that St. Petersburg provides an ideal backdrop to stage Rolls-Royce motor cars in the new “outstanding showroom.” He said that Rolls-Royce presence in St. Petersburg marks an important milestone in the “sustained development” of Rolls-Royce in Russia.
He also provided quite an introduction for the management team that will handle the new dealership. He said that Fitzgerald and her team have a “wealth of experience” and will add “great momentum to the sphere of luxury” in the Leningrad region.”
During the celebration, Fitzgerald remarked that Rolls-Royce has a very rich history in St. Petersburg since the city is where the first Rolls-Royce was rolled out in Russia over 100 years ago. She said that they are excited to “write the next chapter of the Rolls-Royce story” in Russia.
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars St. Petersburg will help serve the growing demand for Phantom and Ghost models and is tasked provide customers with direct access to the super-luxury brand. Customers could also avail of the Rolls-Royce Bespoke personalization service from Rolls-Royce Motor Cars St. Petersburg.
Torsten Müller-Ötvös, CEO, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, said at the opening event: “St. Petersburg, with its timeless beauty and elegance, forms the ideal backdrop to stage Rolls-Royce motor cars in this outstanding showroom. Our presence here marks an important milestone in the sustained development of Rolls-Royce in Russia.” He continued: “I am particularly pleased to see that a team with a proven track record in the world of super-luxury will take care of the customers in and around St. Petersburg. Tatiana and her team have a wealth of experience and will add great momentum to the sphere of luxury in the Leningrad region.”