Rolls-Royce, owned by German company BMW which is based in West Sussex, has announced its second highest sales record in 100 years. In addition, its properties enable the oil to reachpeak operating efficiency sooner in challenging conditions with low oil consumption and long engine service life. However, the Middle East was Rolls-Royce's third-largest market, so people that were not afraid of how things went over there kept buying new Rolls-Royce cars. Base oil, usually made from crude oil, is the main component of finished oils and plays a vital role in the quality of the finished passenger vehicle engine oil.
The Americas remain the most profitable market for Rolls-Royce up by 12%, with Europe and Asia Pacific also up by 28% and 5% respectively.
The only major region where conditions remained hard was the Middle East, where consumer demand for all luxury goods was dampened by economic and political uncertainty.
Torsten Müller-Ötvös, CEO, of the company shared that the "remarkable result" was an affirmation that Rolls-Royce has a worldwide appeal.
The company opened its first ever Rolls-Royce Boutique in Dubai in October 2016. Rolls-Royce continues to surge forward in a confident and sustainable manner.
Jaguar Land Rover - Britain's biggest auto maker - reported a record year of sales today.
Jaguar said it had racked up 45,973 F-Pace sales over the year, accounting for nearly a third of all its cars sold.
The firm had previously said leaving the European Union would drive up costs and affect workers.
In 2016, a considerable number of 4,011 cars were delivered to customers over 50 nations by Rolls-Royce.
Rolls-Royce says it is planning to extend its 30,000 square metre technology and logistics centre in Bognor Regis - close to its manufacturing hub in Goodwood, West Sussex - in 2017 by almost 10,000 square metres "to meet growing demand and in readiness for future models". Rolls-Royce brought new Black Badge variants for both models a year ago, which further enhanced sales.
Countries like Japan, Germany, China, and the United Kingdom have also manifested "record results" for Rolls-Royce.