dyson confirms to develop electric vehicle in singapore-based production facility - household appliances manufacturer
Earlier today, British home appliance maker Dyson confirmed that it plans to produce electric vehicles at its first car manufacturing plant in Singapore, which will be launched in 2021.
Dyson plans to invest £ 0. 2 billion in its UK hub as a continuation of its £ 2.
Global investment in new technologies is 5 billion.
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Existing manpower in the motor and battery industry in Singapore and expertise in R & D, manufacturing, automation and supply chain access in the country.
The Singapore project itself will be two-
Story facilities, expected to be completed in 2020.
"Choosing Singapore as an assembly facility for cars is based on the supply chain, market access and expertise that will help us achieve our ambitions.
"We will start construction in December and will be completed in 2020, in line with our project schedule," said Dyson CEO Jim Rowan . ".
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Dyson has hired a team of 400 people to develop electric vehicles at Hullavington airport in the UK.
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