British car manufacturer Lotus has announced plans to establish a new technology centre inside the Wellesbourne campus of the University of Warwick to drive a low carbon automotive future.
The new facility will also serve as the headquarters of its consultancy division Lotus Engineering, which will initially see 130 engineers working there.
This unit will complement the work of an engineering team at the home of Lotus Cars in Hethel, Norfolk and will focus on the development of low carbon, electric technologies.
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