The future looks bright because TVS plan to launch Norton in India.
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Norton Motorcycles have recently opened a new manufacturing plant in Solihull near Birmingham.
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Norton Motorcycles are one of the most recognized British brands on the planet, but after falling on hard times, India’s TVS Motor Company are considering taking over the reins of the marque. [Read more…]