Despite the recession, the company sold 3,538 cars in total last year due to an apparent surge in global demand for its Phantom and Ghost models.
Other premium brands are experiencing a similar boost in sales, including Jaguar, Land Rover, Mini and Bentley.
Rolls Royce, owned by BMW, reported an incredible 47% increase in Asia-Pacific sales in 2011, reflecting the current boom in economy across the east.
Chief executive Torsten Muller-Otvos said: “we had an outstanding year in 2011 and we should take a moment to reflect on this Great British success story.”
The luxury brand is currently developing its dealer network and expanding its reach to South America in order to meet global demand.
Its current base in West Sussex, which currently employs 1000 people, is set to undergo expansion over the coming year.
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