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Almost a year after closing its Victorian car production facility, General Motors is set to employ more engineers at its Port Melbourne headquarters.

About 150 jobs are expected to be created to develop autonomous, electric and hydrogen cars, bringing the Detroit-based company’s engineering workforce in the state to around 330.

The plan was announced on Monday by former Holden boss Mark Reuss, with a media announcement due on Tuesday, The Herald Sun reports.