Legendary British sports car maker AC Cars is returning home to Britain to build its cars at Brooklands in Surrey.
The company that built the iconic AC Cobra had been based in Malta but a legal dispute over the factory has prompted the return to Britain.
Owner of the AC brand, Acedes Holdings LLC, struck the new deal with AC specialist Brooklands Motor Company, which has been based in Jack Brabham's former workshops in Weybridge, Surrey, for the past two decades.
The company will make the original AC Ace, the AC MK11, the AC MK11 FIA and the AC MK111 at the Brooklands facility. A new factory in Michigan is also planned where AC will build cars for the US market.
It is expected that about ten cars a year costing £150,000 will come out of the Brooklands workshop and it will continue to restore and service cars there.