Starting tomorrow, there will be a Rolls-Royce exhibition in the Munich BMW Museum for the first time since it took control of Rolls-Royce and finally settled its scuffles with Volkswagen over the brand in 2003.
The display will celebrate BMW owning the brand for 10 years as well as Sir Henry Royce’s 150th birthday — were he still alive. There are 15 cars in the display dating from 1907 to 2012 including the Rolls-Royce 10EX built in 1926 to demonstrate the “New Phantom’s” performance potential.
Aside from the cars, there are also other displays meant to showcase the brand’s rich design history. The exhibit is open to the public and runs from March 21 through the end of March, 2014.