A groundbreaking Midlands automotive styling manufacturer has won a prestigious contract to equip a design facility for the historic Royal Enfield motorcycles, bringing the product development back to the UK from India. Royal Enfield was originally a British motorcycle company set up in the late 1800s, but its manufacture and design went to India in 1963. The motorbike was used by the Indian army and police. Now, the design and development work on the range of Royal Enfield bikes is to be carried out at a new facility at Bruntingthorpe near Lutterworth in Leicestershire. The studio has been equipped by Rugby-based ITP Group, which designs and manufactures styling and large co-ordinate measuring machines for a range of industries from Formula One racing here in the UK to space exploration in China.