MONTVALE, NJ – Starting in November, BMW AG’s new Rolls-Royce Motor Cars operation will begin producing truly bespoke cars at its plant in Goodwood, U.K. Customers will be able to select colors outside the standard palette and specify their preference from a new range of upholstery and equipment for their super luxury sedans, a spokesman at North American headquarters here says. However, Rolls-Royce has no intention of offering armored or stretched vehicles. "Armor has ...

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