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Rolls Royce launches its Ghost Series II in South India

Rolls Royce launches its Ghost Series II in South India

Chennai , Feb 12 : Luxury car manufacturer Rolls Royce on Thursday officially launched its latest model, the Ghost Series II. With this, the Tamil Nadu capital has become the first city in South India where the car has been launched.

"Basically it's an evolution to Ghost Series I and there is quite a few changes to the car-exterior wise interior wise and also technology wise," said Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Ltd, Asia-Pacific, general manager Sven J Ritter, while launching the car.

He added that the super luxury car maker was yet to decide on entering the sports utility vehicle segment.

The Ghost Series II was launched in the rest of the country in November.

According to reports, India is one of the top five markets in Asia Pacific for the Ghost series. (ANI)

Rolls Royce sues MC Royce Rizzy for using similar name

Rolls RoyceWashington, Jan 25 High-end car company Rolls Royce has filed a lawsuit against a MC named Royce Rizzy as the rapper's name sounds similar to their car company.

According to the lawsuit , the legendary car company said that Rizzy advertises and sells "Team Rolls Royce" shirts on his website and they want him to stop at the earliest, reported.

The luxury car brand has claimed that they've sent the rapper multiple cease and desist letters to no avail and since he's continued to wear the shirts in pics on social media they've been forced to file suit.

Rolls Royce offers to return Rs 18 crore to India

Rolls RoyceBritish aerospace & defence giant Rolls Royce has reportedly offered to return Rs 18 crore to the government, the amount that it had paid as commission to an agent for clinching some deals in India.

Sources said Rolls Royce made the offer in a letter to Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL), which had placed orders worth around Rs 10,000 crore with the company between 2007 and 2011.

Revealing the development, the sources said, "The firm has informed HAL that it has paid commissions to Aashmore Private Limited for clinching military deals and the amount ranged ranged between 10 and 11.3 per cent."

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