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Group Lotus is to create 150 new jobs at its Norfolk-based sports car manufacturing business over the next four months.

Lotus has confirmed plans to create more than 300 new jobs at its Norfolk-based sports car business, having secured a £10m government grant.

Lotus is to create about 100 new jobs for engineers, manufacturing operatives and graduates at its Norfolk-based sports car manufacturing business.

Group Lotus of Norfolk is set to receive £10m from the Regional Growth Fund to develop new sports car models and create about 1,000 jobs.

Lotus has secured £10m from the Regional Growth Fund to expand its Norfolk-based sports car manufacturing business, with the creation of up to 1,000 jobs.

Lotus has submitted plans to build a new 61,000 sq ft motorsports centre and 16,000 sq ft engineering facility at its Hethel site in Norfolk, as part of an expansion programme that will create up to 500 jobs.

Lotus is planning to expand the workforce at its Norfolk-based sports car business from 1,650 to about 2,500, in order to triple production over the next five years.

Lotus has unveiled plans for an investment of £86m in its return to Formula 1 motor racing, with the creation of about 250 jobs at the Racing Technologies Norfolk base at Hingham.

Lotus is to start manufacturing sports cars abroad for the first time, probably in Malaysia, but production of the Elise model will be increased in Norfolk with the creation of 200 jobs.

Lotus is recruiting more than 100 manufacturing staff at its sports car factory in Norfolk, due to rising demand from the US.

Lotus has sold its Coventry-based automotive engineering consultancy to HPL Prototypes of Nuneaton, and HPL will gain 35 new staff and relocate its existing workforce to the Lotus site on the Coventry Windmill Industrial Estate.

Lotus is to double the output at its plant near Norwich having won a three-year assembly contract from General Motors for the Vauxhall VX220.

Lotus Cars has announced plans to launch a new model called the Exige, and will build 700 units a year starting in June.

Lotus Cars has started a recruitment drive for 100 engineering jobs in Warwick and Norwich.

Lotus is planning to set up an engineering centre in Michigan, which will employ 50 people and provide design consultancy services to the US motor industry.

Lotus has announced plans to return to motorsport with a racing car based on the Elise, and 50 jobs will created at its Norfolk base.

Lotus is to set up an automotive engineering division in Coventry with the creation of 50 jobs.