Britain’s Dyson to build electric car in Singapore

British inventor James Dyson founded the brand, known for its bagless vacuums. — AFP pic
British inventor James Dyson founded the brand, known for its bagless vacuums. — AFP pic

LONDON, Oct 23 — British technology company Dyson said today t would build its electric car in , with a new site set for completion in 2020 ahead of the first vehicle launch a year later.

Dyson, founded by the billionaire British inventor of the bagless vacuum cleaner James Dyson, announced its plans to build an electric car a little over a year ago.

It is designing the technology and building a test track in Wiltshire, western England, but said the decision to make the car in Singapore reflected the international nature of its operations.

Dyson already employs around 1,100 people in Singapore, where it makes electric motors. It said Singapore offered access to high-growth markets, an extensive supply chain and a highly skilled workforce.



“We will begin construction in December and it will be completed in 2020, meeting our project timeline,” Dyson Chief Executive Jim Rowan said. — Reuters

Source: The Malay Mail Online





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