Dyson unveils plans to develop £2bn EV factory

Dyson Singapore EV facility

Dyson has announced plans to develop its first electric vehicles at a new purpose-built advanced manufacturing facility in Singapore.

The car manufacturing plant will form part of a £2bn investment in electric vehicle technology by the firm founded by billionaire inventor Sir James Dyson. Earlier this year, Dyson unveiled plans to expand the company’s testing facility to include an EV testing track at Hullavington in Wiltshire.

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