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New figures show that sales of Rolls-Royces went through the roof last year. It’s not the only way the wealthy are splashing out now

1/17/2022 1:00:00 PM

New figures show that sales of Rolls-Royces went through the roof last year. It’s not the only way the wealthy are splashing out now

The pandemic made rich people realise that life is short, and they want to “live now to enjoy the nice, lovely things in the world”, Torsten Müller-Ötvös, the c

Do today’s super-rich still favour private jets?CAMERA PRESSMonday January 17 2022, 12.01am,The TimesThe pandemic made rich people realise that life is short, and they want to “live now to enjoy the nice, lovely things in the world”, Torsten Müller-Ötvös, the chief executive of Rolls-Royce cars, said last week. He should know. The Goodwood-based company delivered a record number of cars last year: 5,586 — 49 per cent more than in 2020. Many models were one-offs. One, the £20 million Boat Tail, features boot doors that open in a butterfly motion before a parasol pops out for impromptu picnics.

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New figures show that sales of Rolls-Royces went through the roof last year. It’s not the only way the wealthy are splashing out now. By John Arlidge Do today’s super-rich still favour private jets? CAMERA PRESS Monday January 17 2022, 12.01am , The Times T he pandemic made rich people realise that life is short, and they want to “live now to enjoy the nice, lovely things in the world”, Torsten Müller-Ötvös, the chief executive of Rolls-Royce cars, said last week. He should know. The Goodwood-based company delivered a record number of cars last year: 5,586 — 49 per cent more than in 2020. Many models were one-offs. One, the £20 million Boat Tail, features boot doors that open in a butterfly motion before a parasol pops out for impromptu picnics. As the pandemic eases and travel restrictions finally relax, the super-rich, richer than ever thanks to surging stock markets and low interest rates, are on the move again — and not just in their Rolls-Royces. They’re flying around the Sponsored