The Financial Times of London reported yesterday that Norton’s new owners, TVS of India, plan “to invest high tens of millions in the hand-built luxury bike group in a global drive to revive the glory days of the past when Norton’s machines were considered classics.”

“The first job is to restart production at its Donington Park site in Leicestershire to fulfil customer orders for bikes that were never delivered before the company collapsed, he [TVS joint managing director Sudarshan Venu] added. Within six months, Norton aims to move to a new, larger factory nearby that will allow the company to hand-make bikes while also giving room for growth,” says the FT story.

The whole article is right here.