Noble Wants To Increase Production Run To 25 Cars Per Year

Noble has “big” plans for the future; the small, exclusive car company, builds around twelve M600 units per year. That’s a very negligible amount of vehicles compared to what Ferrari, or Lamborghini does.

Still, the reason why Noble sticks to this figure is due to the fact that a single car takes around 3 months to build and the staff is limited. To put it simply, the British car manufacturer doesn’t want to increase production because there aren’t enough employees with manufacturing expertise available to hire. Granted, taking your sweet time constructing something has its perks.

Furthermore, with such a low production number, the order books are always filled with, according to Autovisie, Noble managing director – Peter Boutwood – is saying that the small company brakes even at ten examples per year.

In the interview given to the Dutch magazine, Peter Boutwood also stated that the marque is looking to expand its human resources in order to build up to 25 units per year in the future, without compromising quality. The manufacturing process will still take a generous amount of time to be perfectly constructed, but it will be in the right hands.

It seems that Noble has found the perfect number that doesn’t undermine build quality and exclusivity.

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  • fabri99

    The want to double production!

  • i d love to have one.

    • Blue Noble

      There’s a blue one around where I live owned by a young lad whom takes impeccable care of it. and drives it responsibly around the streets; an enthusiast I wish there where were more of.

  • 12333444333

    The point about there not being enough people with the required manufacturing expertise is a load of bollocks. Noble’s problem is demand not staffing. Why don’t McLaren down the road just produce 15 cars? I mean this article says that the required expertise to build such complex vehicles isn’t there… Load of rubbish.

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