Noble Cars is feeling a little left out of the action in terms of car sales. Being the small sports car maker that they are, this should to no surprise, given they only produce around 12 cars per year. That may not win them any awards in sales figures, but it at least gives them the right to exclusivity.
Now though, Telegraaf reports that Noble’s managing director, Peter Boutwood, wants to double their output to 24-25 cars per year, mainly involving production with the M600. The unfortunate part about this plan however is that Noble can’t seem to source any additional resources or staff, qualified for the job.
Boutwood said they have no problem reaching their current production goals of 12 cars per year, but any additional boost to this number could run their current sources thin.