How LUXURY Rolls-Royce Cars Are Made In England? (Complete Process Video)
Each Rolls-Royce motor car is built by hand in the state-of-the-art manufacturing facility which is headquarters in Goodwood, England. Designed by architect Sir Nicholas Grimshaw and the factory merges effortlessly into the beautiful West Sussex countryside, the award-winning building was created to lower our environmental footprint.
Built over four and a half years, the award-winning manufacturing facility opened its doors on 1 January 2003. Designed on a 20 x 20 metre grid with steel columns supporting roof lights, the main building is set two metres below the surrounding ground level, to blend into the landscape. The floor-to-ceiling windows run the length of the Assembly Hall, providing essential natural light for the craftspeople and – for visitors who come to Goodwood – a front-row view of the entire production line which is called ‘the glass mile’.
In this video we shall explore how Roll-Royce cars are made right from scratch, make sure you watch the video to the very end and find out how one of the finest cars of the world are made!