Rolls-Royce CEO Torsten Müller-Ötvös has revealed the company is still considering a crossover but it likely won't be launched anytime soon.

Speaking to Autocar, Müller-Ötvös said “We are moving on with it but our other products are performing well and we don’t need to rush.” In fact, the other cars are performing so well they could actually delay the introduction of new models as the Goodwood factory is reporting nearing capacity. As you may recall, Rolls-Royce sold 3,630 cars in 2013 for their fourth consecutive year of record sales.

When asked about the possibility of taking some production out of England, Müller-Ötvös said “We firmly believe Britishness and Goodwood in particular are vital assets of Rolls-Royce and we are most unlikely to do anything to damage them."

Rolls-Royce crossover still under consideration, but isn't a priority - report