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Another One Bites The Dust: Dyson Ditches Electric Car Project

OilPrice.com Thursday, 10 October 2019
British entrepreneur legend, James Dyson, has officially abandoned his electric car project, according to multiple sources including The Verge. In an all staff email sent out on Thursday, Dyson said that he – along with his Board of Directors – decided to stop the effort after unsuccessfully trying to find a buyer for the project. (So that's what a responsible Board of Directors at an EV company does? Someone should notify Kimbal Musk).  More concerning is that it "suddenly" looks as though there isn’t a bid…
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Different visions of future mobility: Toyota doubles down on hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, but James Dyson pulls the plug on plans for an electric car. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

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