Roush Technologies’ two advanced automotive engineering facilities - at Brentwood and Warwick, are to become Service and Repair Centres for Noble cars. The Brentwood operation will open on 27th August 2004 - Warwick will follow in a few weeks time. Both will offer a fully factory supported service and repair capability.
The move is part of the major restructuring of Noble’s sales and service organisation – and is seen as a natural development of the long established relationship between Roush and the British super-car manufacturer. All calibrations worldwide for the current road and race engines have been carried out by Roush, including the latest 425 bhp M400’s twin turbo V6 power unit.
Roush Vehicle Engineering Manager, Dave Jones says, "By calling Roush, Noble customers will now have access to two of the best automotive engineering facilities in the country. We have some of the most experienced factory trained technicians in the business – who also, importantly, have a deep understanding of these very special cars".
Roush is one of the world’s foremost automotive design, engineering and development groups and its client base includes many of the major vehicle manufacturers. In Europe, Roush Technologies’ activities include a diverse range of work from road going vehicle and component applications to specialist military requirements. Leading race and rally engine developer, Mountune Racing, is also part of Roush - and co-located at its Brentwood facility.
Roush can be contacted on 01277 261400 between 8am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.
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