It had true potential
Half a billion pounds. According to a report by The Times, this is how much James Dyson poured into his company's electric car project before it was scrapped in late 2019 due to its lack of commercial viability. Converted, that's
Too bad
Dyson, the British firm famous for bagless vacuum cleaners, posh hairdryers and the really powerful hand blowers in pub toilets, has canceled its ambitious project to build a battery-powered family car. Its billionaire founder, James Dyson (seated right in the photo
A new factory will be built as part of a £2-billion investment
Dyson, which you currently know from making vacuum cleaners, will build its new electric car in Singapore. That announcement comes just over two months after Dyson said it would develop the vehicle on a purpose-built test track in Wiltshire in the
It already has a purpose-built track
Dyson-maker of cool fans and vacuum cleaners-is doing an electric car. And this is where said car is going to be developed.The company's new campus at Hullavington Airfield in Wiltshire has already had £85 million (P5.9 billion)
Is it a stretch?
By now, you may have heard that Dyson--a world-famous vacuum cleaner company--is plunging into the business of building electric cars. Here's what we know so far:* The British company's goal is to launch an electric car by
It sucks. Literally
Funny how a long time ago, vacuums were just mundane household equipment hidden behind the door or inside the closet. Sure, you notice it every now and then when it's time for an upgrade, but it's something you'd think
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