Dyson Is Building An Electric Car Launching In 2020

One day, you could be driving a dyson

Kate Hall

If Dyson’s goal of designing an electric car that will solve the global problem of air pollution isn’t courageously ambitious, then I don’t know what is.

Dyson, better known for their vacuum cleaners, recently announced their plan for releasing a new electric car range by 2020.

British inventor and founder, James Dyson, has a team of 400 engineers who have been working on the £2.5bn project since 2015.

While there’s no prototype just yet, Dyson says the electric motor has been completed and the battery types are under development and on track for a 2020 reveal.

“I’m not a Johnny-come-lately to electric cars. It’s been my ambition since 1998 when I was rejected by the industry that has happily been creating dirty vehicles, and governments have kept on allowing it.”

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Kate Hall

I live and breathe sustainable living and ethical fashion. This alternative way of consuming and existing dominates my every waking moment- and sometimes more. Ethical fashion and living are no longer my hobbies, it has become my mission... to change the future of fast fashion and the way we consume. My husband and I strive to live a zero-waste lifestyle, live at thrift stores, and always look to 'up-cycle' rather than throw out. Eco-living is not a choice for me, it's in my blood, and I am trying with all my power for it to be the new 'norm'.