Dyson, a well-known British company, is working on a plan to build an electric car. The company today announced that its board members have approved Singapore's first automotive manufacturing facility with "purpose [..] luxury facilities" scheduled to be completed in 2020.
Dyson said that the 2017 founder of the automotive industry, James Dyson, said the new car is fundamentally different from current electric cars. According to a report earlier this year, the company suggests that it has ambitions for a full range of EVs through a high-end model that offers two affordable vehicles designed for mass markets.
Although the company may take special strides, it has experience building essential components of electric vehicles, including long-lasting batteries and digital motors (the company's term for brushless DC motors, already used). Many electric cars). Dyson plans to hire additional 300 vacancies at a new R & D center in Hullavington, UK, and build EVs based on this engineering expertise.
In a letter to employees, Dyson CEO Jim Rowan said construction of a new Singapore manufacturing plant would begin in December. Rowan presented the reasons for location selection through a combination of high growth markets, skilled workforce and extensive supply chain relationships. "Therefore, we are the best place to make high-quality technology loading machines and electric vehicles," Rowan said.