You own a car and then you own a Rolls-Royce.
The royal processions are always carried out in a royal manner where everything included is unique and Rolls-Royce is made for such class. No matter how rich you are to afford Rolls-Royce cars but you can't buy them because you need to earn a ROLLS-ROYCE. The brand, a wholly owned subsidiary of BMW, stands for pride, class, status, royalty, elegance and uniqueness and if you are eligible to pass through all such titles, then congratulations you can become the proud owner of this royal chariot.
Being rich is not the only criteria to own a Rolls-Royce but you actually need to have a social recognition and respect in the society because the brand has to live up to its name and for the same, it need to select the customers for itself.
So it is expected out of you not to get disappointed or dishearten if the company refused to transfer you the ownership of a Rolls-Royce car. This is the reason why some people end up buying a Bentley or some other costly brand simply because they can't buy a Rolls-Royce not because they don't have the financial strength but because the company refused them the ownership. It is one of the most expensive cars brands throughout the world and is mostly owned by industrialists, bussinessman and famous celebrities.
Some of the popular dignitaries who enjoy the status of being the premium clientele of Rolls-Royce include the names of Elvis Presley, David Beckham, Michael Jackson, Sylvester Stallone, Donald Trump and John Lennon to name some in the international market.
In India, keeping aside the few maharajas who are enjoying the Spirit of Ecstasy, only 3 bigwigs are taking the pleasure of being behind the wheels – the first name is of our very own Big B, Amitabh Bachchan, followed by Sanju Baba, Sanjay Dutt, who gifted the car to his wife Manyata and the business tycoon Yohan Poonawalla who owned 8 Rolls-Royce.
Where the superstar of the millennium is enjoy the ecstasy of the Rolls-Royce Phantom, gifted to him by the director Vidhu Vinod Chopra (the most expensive gift, must say), Manyata Dutt takes joy in her Rolls-Royce Ghost.
"At 60 miles an hour the loudest noise in the Rolls-Royce comes from the electric clock" – David Ogilvy
In fact, as per the trusted sources, the oomph factor of Bollywood, the very popular Mallika Sherawat too tried to join the elite class of Rolls-Royce owners but was refused by the brand. According to the brand, the car is not available for all those who wish to buy it as there is a procedure that need to be followed to decide if the person showing his/her interest in the brand is fit enough to own a Rolls-Royce car or not. The money is not the only criteria based on which the car can be sold. The company goes through a detailed analysis of the person wishing to buy a Rolls-Royce including his/her complete profile and social status for the last few years and then it decides.
It will be shocking to know that the marque doesn't even allow the test drives to all and only few selected celebs can take the chance. The hot actress tried her luck hard to influence the brand by showing her as a Hollywood actor but all went in vein. Well know she is the proud owner of a brand new white Lamborghini Aventador.