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The test track pioneering car development: behind the scenes at Horiba MIRA

4 monthes ago   |   By Autocar

This is not a test: MIRA's technicians are able to put cars through their paces exactly as they would be in the real world
The facility is more than just a proving ground - it's a global hub for new technology in the car industry
If you thought of MIRA pretty much as a test track in the Midlands, you wouldn't be alone. When it was taken over by Japanese firm Horiba in 2015, The Telegraph's first paragraph called the Nuneaton company a “car test track and development centre that has served as a playground for motoring shows like Top Gear and Fifth Gear”.
The set of tracks it was known for...
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