As Dyson moves forward with plans to launch an electric vehicle with solid-state battery tech by 2021, the company makes a significant new hire to head its...
The plan envisions several electric cars. The first is to be low-volume before the higher-volume model will be introduced later in the next decade.
While Dyson's electric car project is still shrouded in mystery, the company is moving forward at its Hullavington Technology Campus by building vehicle test tracks.
Dyson is trademarking the phrase "Digital Motor" for automotive use (earlier only for home appliances). Apparently, three electric cars are under development.
Dyson recently surprised many by admitting that rumors of its electric car plans were true, but now, the company is reportedly making plans for three EVs.
Don't tell the CEO of Aston Martin Lagonda that a household appliance maker can add electric vehicles to its product portfolio in just a few short years.
In today's booming tech industry employees come and go, which can lead to legal issues. The little-known situation between Tesla and Dyson is proof of this.
We don't know much about the Dyson EV project, but the secret endeavor apparently wasn't secret to Tesla who learned of it some two years ago.
Dyson is hoping that by using its own battery and motor technology, it will be able to keep its cars on the road longer between charges.
Half of the money will be going into the development of the solid state batteries.
Dyson intends to invest in the next generation battery production and apparently works on an electric car.