Rolls-Royce Motor Cars and Herb Chambers announce the grand reopening of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars New England, the official Rolls-Royce showroom in the Boston metro area, on Thursday, June 7, in Wayland, MA (533 Boston Post Road, Wayland, MA, 01778).
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars New England will offer the full line of Rolls-Royce vehicles—Phantom, Phantom Extended Wheelbase, Phantom Drophead Coupé, Phantom Coupé and Ghost.
Herb Chambers, who at the age of 23 started what was to become the largest office copier company in the world, purchased his first dealership in 1985 when he was dissatisfied with the experience of purchasing a new automobile. The Her Chambers Companies currently operate 50 dealerships in the New England area.
“We are happy to continue our partnership with Herb Chambers and look forward to extending the Rolls-Royce brand and our vehicles to the residents of New England,” said David Archibald, President of Rolls-Royce North America. “It has been a pleasure working with the leadership team at Herb Chambers, who have so diligently made sure we meet all of our customers’ needs.”
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars New England previewed the Phantom Series II to customers and enthusiasts from around new England. The Phantom Series II, arrives in showrooms this September. The Phantom Series II marks the first significant improvements to the Phantom since 2003 and features several technological upgrades intended to improve the timeless appeal, performance and efficiency of the car. While the distinctive Rolls-Royce grill and iconic Spirit of Ecstasy remain intact, the striking new front-end features re-styled bumpers and rectangular LED headlights – the first full LED headlights to be offered as standard on a production car. A new 8-speed automatic gearbox and rear differential not only enhance the driving experience, but decrease fuel consumption by 10%. The Phantom Series II also features upgraded driver assistance technologies, an updated satellite navigation system and new user interfaces which augment to the effortlessness and ease that the driver experiences.
“I am proud to represent the Rolls-Royce brand in New England and am excited to open our new showroom to better serve the people of the Northeast,” said Herb Chambers, Dealer Principal at Rolls‑Royce Motor Cars New England. “Central to our reopening is our new state-of-the-art bespoke lounge, which will allow us to help our customers envision and, ultimately, build the Rolls-Royce of their dreams.”
Rolls-Royce sales rose 31% worldwide in 2011 to 3,538 vehicles, an all-time record for the 108-year-old automaker.