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Dyson to expand UK base as electric car project accelerates

Sir James Dyson is gearing up his ?2bn attempt to build an electric car with a huge investment in new test facilities in the UK.
The billionaire entrepreneur is applying for planning permission to build a series of test tracks at the World War II airbase in Wiltshire his company acquired last year.
Dyson has already created a technology centre at Hullavington airfield with the restoration and repurposing of two giant aircraft hangars.
Dyson to expand UK base as electric car project accelerates

An artist's impression of how the developed Hullavington site will look 
Now Sir James wants to build 10 miles of tracks on the 520-acre site which will be used to examine cars’ performance when tackling corners, high speeds and inclines, as well as their ability to  handle off-road driving.
The application also include plans to create...
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