Rolls-Royce plans a £10-million ($15.8 million) expansion of its U.K. plant in Goodwood, West Sussex, amid significant growth in worldwide sales in the past 18 months and greater demand for highly personalized Ghost and Phantom models. The assembly area of Rolls-Royce’s only factory will be increased by more than 26,900 sq.-ft. (2,500 sq.-m), while the surface finish center will be expanded by 6,888 sq.-ft. (640 sq.-m). Construction begins later this year and will be completed in late ...

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