Is Norton Motorcycles still trading?
Norton Motorcycles has been sold to Indian motorcycle giant TVS Motor Company in a £16million cash deal that will see manufacturing remain in the UK, while those who paid deposits will finally receive their bikes.
Where are Norton engines made?
Norton Motorcycles has pulled out of its Leicestershire home and is opening a new factory in the West Midlands. The historic bike builder had been based in Castle Donington for more than a decade before going into administration last year.
Does Norton do anything?
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When did Norton stop making motorcycles?
Norton Motorcycles (UK) Ltd fell into administration on 29th January 2020. TVS Motor Company announced the successful acquisition of the iconic British motorcycle brand, Norton. TVS entered an all-cash deal of GBP 16 million, to acquire certain assets of Norton Motorcycles.