Dyson hoovers up extra space at Hullavington for electric car test site

Dyson electric testing

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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