Billionaire vacuum cleaner maker James Dyson will open an electric car factory in Singapore in 2020. The British consumer goods company will invest about $2.7 billion to launch new electric cars.
Dyson has plenty of experience working with batteries, electric motors and sleek luxury designs.
Most new electric car start-ups, including Dyson, Tesla, Apple and Faraday, are focusing entirely on electric vehicles.
Dyson is worth £9.5 billion and has promised at least £2.5bn to the electric car project.
There is a Dyson Technology Limited patent. UK patent application No2548361 titled “Method Of Fabricating An Energy Storage Device”. It claims invention provides a simple, fast and low-cost way of producing a solid-state cell.
Dyson will also try to make an electric plane.
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