German owned British based Rolls-Royce cars on Monday reported record sales results for a fifth consecutive year despite the global economic woes.

A total of 4,063 of the luxury cars were sold during 2014, meaning sales have more than quadrupled since 2009 and are up 12% on its 2013 total, the company said on its website.

The firm stated growth in most regions of the world had reached double digit figures, including North America by 30 percent, the Middle East by 20 percent and Europe by 40 percent.

The USA is the company's biggest market, followed by mainland China, the United Arab Emirates, the UK and Saudi Arabia. The biggest selling dealership was in oil-rich Abu Dhabi.