Motoring: Rolls-Royce keeps ghosting through the pandemic
With the launch of the new Ghost saloon, the English giant is underscoring a success story that seems curiously recession-proof
You would assume that every carmaker is suffering through the privations of the pandemic in roughly equal measure. Not only were dealerships shut for several months around the world, and certainly across Europe, but the global economy is rocking and reeling from the onslaught of lockdowns and illness.
There is a small part of some green field, however, that is forever successful (or at least apparently so), and it is the field in which Rolls-Royce...
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