The world’s most popular historic motor race meeting, Goodwood Revival, provided Rolls-Royce with the opportunity to showcase their rich heritage to the fans and customer in the most profound way. They set up an authentic recreation of a trim shop from the Revival period within the venue.
The shop was an exact replica of Hooper & Co workshop dating back to 1909. Rolls-Royce employees were at hand ‘working’ on various trim pieces in period clothing, giving the visitor a taste of what it was like making a Roller back in the day.
Besides the elaborate show, the British luxury maker also displayed a number of iconic vintage models, including a 1953 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith Dedanca de Ville with ‘Empress’ style coachwork, a 1961 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II Four Door Cabriolet in Smoke Green, as well as contemporary models including Phantom, Ghost and Wraith.
The galley below showcases some of the highlights of the show: