Two hours west of London, at an abandoned Royal Air Force base, a major electric car initiative has begun… by none other than Dyson.
Most of you know Dyson for its vacuums, hand dryers and fans. But I, for one, have been waiting for its electric vehicle (EV) for years — ever since it made a key acquisition that I’ll get to in a moment.
Then in November, we found out that Dyson will build an auto plant in Singapore. All in all, Dyson is looking to invest $2.7 billion in EVs. Now, at the old Hullavington airfield, the company will research and test its EV prototypes right at home in the UK.