Britain super luxury Auto maker Rolls Royce has said India joined China and Japan in selling its vehicles which are priced up to 4.25 crore rupees, making it third largest seller in Asia Pacific region.
Rolls Royce sold less than 10 units in 2009, expects to sell up to 70 units in 2010 in India.
He said the China tops the list in the region with eight dealerships that sell "hundreds" of cars of the brand. Japan follows with two dealerships.
Globally, the company has sold 2,007 units during January-October period this year compared to 531 units in the same period last year. It has sold 1,002 units in 2009.
- PTI Inputs