The Rolls-Royce Park Ward will make its world premiere at the Geneva auto show this week. The car, an upscale performance version of the Silver Seraph, will be the last new Rolls model to come from the Crewe, U.K., factory owned by Rolls-Royce and Bentley Motor Cars Ltd., now part of Volkswagen AG. BMW, which assumes ownership of the Rolls-Royce brand name in 2003, is developing its own Rolls models for sale after that time. However, much can happen in the next three years before Crewe ...

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