Rolls-Royce's first Malaysian showroom accommodates three cars and a special customer lounge

Rolls-Royce has opened its first showroom in Malaysia.

The 224 square metre showroom in Petaling Jaya, Kuala Lumpur accommodates three cars “with a lounge that allows customers to configure their car using colour, wood and leather samples from the manufacturing plant at Goodwood, West Sussex,” according to the firm.

See pics of Rolls-Royce's Malaysian showroom

Paul Harris, Rolls-Royce Asia Pacific director said: “We continue to invest in a Malaysian market buoyed by the country’s economic growth and growing appetite for super-luxury cars. Our presence signals our commitment to providing service support for current and future customers, many of whom are new to the brand.”

Rolls-Royce currently has 18 showrooms in the Asia Pacific region.

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