NEW YORK – BMW AG will recover its investment in Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Ltd. over the lifecycle of the current Phantom, or roughly seven to 10 years, says Rolls Chairman and CEO Ian Robertson. BMW invested about $100 million for the new factory in Goodwood, U.K., and also paid a license fee of about $45 million for the brand name and the right to use the historic “Flying Lady” emblem on future Rolls-Royce models. Rolls-Royce Phantom Robertson is mulling over how to expand the ...
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