“Dyson have some excellent product engineering and some excellent marketing skills, so could they follow the same path as Tesla? Well, yes, probably they could.”
Prof. David Greenwood, who leads the energy storage work at Warwick University’s manufacturing group, is sure that the hoover manufacturer could make quite an entrance in the world of electric cars. Dyson had revealed that it is working on an EV earlier this year.
“We have a target of 20 or 30 percent over the competitor.”
Dag Reckhorn, Faraday Future’s vice president for global manufacturing, says he wants his cars to really go the distance, as range of electric vehicles still plays a major role in the market.
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