By Elina T. Htun | For more than a hundred years, Rolls-Royce had been considered a timeless icon in the automobile history, presenting a graceful design flow, sweeping audiences off their feet with outstanding lines and surfaces. This time we take a look at a bit different affairs that got our attention.
The business card
Rolls-Royce’s products had been named “the cars of monarchy” many times, especially such ones as the Phantom IV (used during Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation) and other exclusive, famous vehicles. Today, when someone steps into the Post Oak Motor Cars Rolls Royce & Bentley showroom in Houston, they are usually very surprised to find out that this place is so much more than just a car dealership; it is a true art gallery where the paintings and sculptures had been replaced by the beautiful “Dawn”, “Wraith”, “Ghost Series” and the well-known historic car – the Phantom, all representing a different expression in fine arts by the virtuosi designers, scientists, engineers and craftsmen at Rolls-Royce.
The work behind it
When people hear the name Post Oak Motor Cars, they typically don’t feel all the weight of the name until they find out about the brands that are presented there – Bentley and Rolls-Royce command respect from owners and enthusiasts alike. The long-standing history is honoured at the dealership by the customer service they provide and the attention that is gives to the local community.
For all of the prestige and wealth that comes with selling these extraordinary vehicles, the companies enjoy giving back to various charities within the Houston community.
Houston restaurateur Tilman Fertitta’s dealership will soon be integrated into a revolutionary destination for tourists and residents alike. The Post Oak, currently under construction, will bring a new level of luxury to Houston and put the Bentley and Rolls-Royce names on an even more solid pedestal.
For all of the prestige and wealth that comes with selling these extraordinary vehicles, the companies enjoy giving back to various charities within the Houston community. The Virtuosi of Houston is one charity that’s near and dear to the Rolls-Royce’s heart. VOH is actually celebrating a beginning of a new era: March 2017 will witness a duo concert in London, this will be the official start of a two-year-long educational and artistic dialogue between the British and American music masters.
Whether it’s through hosting fundraising events or by donating to silent auctions, Rolls-Royce is sticking to the “supreme excellence” standards at all times, always looking to contribute to causes, especially those that help children in need. The brand is an active supporter of the mission “Education of our youth through arts, music & sports” that’s providing high quality education to deserving students aspiring to a rewarding carrier and a better future.
— Telegraph Luxury (@TelegraphLuxury) December 13, 2016