If the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has shown us anything, it's that we're all pretty bad at predicting stuff. After a brief market contraction when the virus first hit our shores between March, April, and May, demand for cars has come roaring back with gusto as consumers are proving that they are willing to buy more than automakers and dealers currently have to offer. High-end automakers in particular have been posting bulletin after bulletin crowing about their record sales in 2021, patting themselves on the back and attributing their successes to killer products and wise investments—which brings us to Rolls-Royce boss Torsten Müller-Otvös.

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Rolls Royce CEO Credits COVID-19 For Record Sales In 2021

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