Sport Car Plant to Reopen in Texas

Good news for Texas auto workers! The sport car plant that closed last year is set to reopen, thanks to a new round of investment.

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On Wednesday, Mclaren announced tha plant in Woking, Surrey will be closing and all production will be moving to Austin, Texas. The new plant is set to open in 2022 and will produce the next generation of McLaren supercars.

The company has been through a lot of changes in the past few years, including a management buyout led by Zak Brown. One of the first decisions made by the new management was to close the struggling U.S. division and focus on building the brand in Europe and Asia.

The move to Texas is part of McLaren’s new strategy to increase production and sales in North America. The company believes that there is significant growth potential in the region, especially in the sports car market.

The new Austin facility will be located just outside of downtown Austin near the Circuit of The Americas race track. It will span over 300 acres and employ over 500 workers.

The plant’s history

The plant’s history:

The Sport Car Plant was originally built in 1967 by Ford Motor Company. It was then sold to General Motors in 1984, and then to Ferrari in
200. The plant was closed in 2005.

In 2012, the plant was bought by a group of Texas investors who announced that they would reopen the plant. The plant is now owned by Maserati but it is still located in Texas.

The plant’s reopening

The plant, which was closed in 2005, will begin operations in February with about 50 workers. It will eventually employ about 200 people. The plant will produce the Chevrolet Camaro, a two-door sportscar.

The plant’s future

The future of the plant was uncertain for a time, but it has since been announced that the plant will be reopen. This is good news for the area, as the plant is a major employer.

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