It is worth remembering that Norton (which bought the TV) will resume production of its prestigious Commando Classic bike, which will be the first to be offered to customers who have already booked an order with the company. Production of the V4SS is expected to begin by the end of March this year, with the plant in Solihull, Birmingham, fully operational. Before buying the TV, Norton was headquartered in Dunnington Hall, Britain. Which has now been completely moved to Solihull.
Remember that this campus will be a permanent base for all Norton employees and will also manage the design team, engineering team, sales and marketing team as well as production teams. However, most of the specialized tooling and equipment is being sought from Denington Hall. On this, Sudarshan Venu, Joint Managing Director, TV, said, “The inauguration of the new headquarters is an important step for Norton Motorcycles. Starting headquarters with this state-of-the-art facility will lay the foundation for a long-term future for Norton. The new bike will meet world class standards as expected by our customers. ”
While Westland Mayor Andes Street expressed happiness at the opening of Norton’s global headquarters in Solihull, he said: It is a matter of great pride for Birmingham and Solihull that Norton has returned to his hometown after more than a decade. ‘