NEW YORK – Luxury car maker Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Ltd. is on track to sell 500 Phantoms in the U.S. this year, a U.S. spokesman says, about 25% more than initially planned. U.S. market by far biggest for new Rolls. The company’s original target was 400 units, but because other Rolls-Royce markets are lagging, the U.S. is getting a bigger allotment of vehicles. “We’ve been able to get a greater supply because the rest of the world has not been able to set up a dealer network like ...
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