NEW YORK -- The last Rolls-Royce model comes off the assembly line at the Rolls-Royce & Bentley Motor Cars Inc. plant in England next June. A total of 57 ’02 Rolls-Royce models will be produced for the U.S. market and 19 for worldwide distribution before assembly of the marque ceases in March. Production of Rolls-Royce cars will resume in a new factory, being built by BMW AG, when that auto maker takes over ownership of the brand name on Jan. 1, 2003. Meanwhile, current parent, ...

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