Specialty marque Noble has announced plans to double its annual production capacity.
In an interview with Autovisie, Noble Cars managing director Peter Boutwood said the company currently makes 12 cars per year, but they want to double output of the M600 to 24-25 cars. However, they are having a problem in finding and hiring the additional employees with the necessary expertise to ram up assembly. As a consequence, the company's current staff is also in charge of training rookies to learn how to put together the supercar.
Boutwood went on to specify that Noble has no problems in filling up the 12-car order book right now, adding that anything above 10 units produced per year brings the company a profit and the additional cars set to be assembled will have to maintain the same high build quality.
We remind you Noble introduced a speedster prototype of the M600 at the beginning of the year during Autosport International, but a production version has not been announced yet.