Dyson has confirmed plans to expand the company’s testing facility at Hullavington in Wiltshire as part of a £200m investment proposal focused on electric-vehicle testing.
The domestic appliance company founded by billionaire inventor Sir James Dyson acquired the former second world war airfield near Malmesbury in 2016 and has since invested £84m to renovate two hangars built in 1938 at the 517-acre site.
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