Rolls Royce Engines Will Now Be Made In India & Exported Across The World
Rolls Royce takes a lot of pride in its engines. In fact, at one point, Rolls Royce cars put out an advert stating 'At 60 miles an hour the loudest noise in the new Rolls Royce comes from the electric clock'. So, when Rolls Royce decides to shift its engine production to India, it speaks volumes of the trust it has in the country’s manufacturing capabilities. According to reports, Rolls Royce Power Systems has tied up with Force Motors of India to shift the production of its 1600 series large capacity diesel engines. Unlike the petrol car engines, these power plants find application in power generation, construction equipment, agricultural equipment and even railway applications. The joint venture company has been named Force MTU with Force Motors holding a 51% stake and Rolls Royce holding 49%.