With a 400-strong team developing the vehicle on Dyson’s Campus at Hullavington Airfield, UK, and a "purpose-built production manufacturing facility in Singapore confirmed and due for completion in 2020", the Dyson car is coming.
The electric vehicle is "one of four themes, along with the connected car, autonomous driving technology and transport-as-a-service, that is disrupting the legacy automotive industry", according a new report.
If there's one thing about Dyson's technology, it's some of the very best you can get, with vacuums that suck, blowers that blow, dryers that dry and soon, cars that drive electrically with a £2 billion investment to make it happen!
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