NEW YORK — Alasdair Stewart, president and chief executive of Roll-Royce Motor Cars, Inc., says the U.S. now is the top market for his company's super-premium cars. He forecasts U.S. sales of 850-900 units in 1999, with about 60% sales being Bentleys. The automaker has doubled sales through May 31, with a total of 280 units. Stewart says Volkswagen is investing in the future of the Rolls-Royce brand, despite the eventual transfer of ownership to BMW. Short-term plans are being ...

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