1. Dyson has scrapped its electric car project  BBC News
  2. James Dyson scraps plans to build electric car  The Guardian
  3. Dyson cancels its electric car, saying it is not ‘commercially viable’  The Independent
  4. James Dyson Shows It's Too Easy to Make Electric Cars  Bloomberg
  5. British inventor James Dyson cancels electric car project  Automotive News Europe
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The British firm, which has already built the first cars, says the project is not commercially viable.The British firm, which has already built the first cars, says the project is not commercially viable.

Dyson has scrapped its electric car project - BBC News

Dyson is shutting down its electric car project. The company said while its automotive team had created a "fantastic" EV, the car was not "commercially viable."...Dyson is shutting down its electric car project. The company said while its automotive team had created a "fantastic" EV, the car was not "commercially viable."...

Dyson ends its electric car project

Dyson said his company would continue to develop solid state batteries and other technology including vision systems, robotics, machine learning and AI.Dyson said his company would continue to develop solid state batteries and other technology including vision systems, robotics, machine learning and AI.

Dyson scrapped EV plans after failing to find a buyer for the project

New images of BMW's i4 electric car have come to light being tested in the (recently and extraordinarily searing) European summer heat.

Spy shots of BMW i4 electric car snapped in Europe | The Driven

New images of BMW’s i4 electric car have come to light being tested in the (recently and extraordinarily searing) European summer heat.

Spy shots of BMW i4 electric car snapped in Europe | The Driven

A render showing what Dyson electric SUV may look like has been released.

This is what the Dyson electric SUV could look like | The Driven

A render showing what Dyson electric SUV may look like has been released.

This is what the Dyson electric SUV could look like | The Driven

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“Dyson has scrapped its electric car project - <- ‘cars, but with batteries’ are still subject to most of the economics of ‘cars’, and not a great opportunity for distribution https://t.co/x4UktCuTEi”

Benedict Evans on Twitter: "Dyson has scrapped its electric car project - <- ‘cars, but with batteries’ are still subject to most of the economics of ‘cars’, and not a great opportunity for distribution https://t.co/x4UktCuTEi"

“Dyson is bailing on its electric car project. @sokane1 has the email James Dyson sent to the entire staff announcing it. Details and developing: https://t.co/ZbKVzLeAFO”

Dieter Bohn on Twitter: "Dyson is bailing on its electric car project. @sokane1 has the email James Dyson sent to the entire staff announcing it. Details and developing: https://t.co/ZbKVzLeAFO"

“Dyson has canned its plans to make an electric car. Today, they're "not commercially viable" At launch last year:”

Sean Farrington on Twitter: "Dyson has canned its plans to make an electric car. Today, they're "not commercially viable" At launch last year:… "

“Breaking. Dyson pulls plug on electric car. Project deemed “unviable” as bigger players accelerated drive to electric and able to subsidise from conventional. Tesla can use stock market to fund. Dyson hope that 562 auto workers can be redeployed. See @BBCBusiness for more”

Simon Jack on Twitter: "Breaking. Dyson pulls plug on electric car. Project deemed “unviable” as bigger players accelerated drive to electric and able to subsidise from conventional. Tesla can use stock market to fund. Dyson hope that 562 auto workers can be redeployed. See @BBCBusiness for more"

Dyson has cancelled its plans to build an electric car. The company had built a “fantastic” vehicle, founder James Dyson wrote in an email, but the £2.5bn project is not “commercially viable”. Dyson will now close its facilities in Singapore and the UK, he said. The electric car division employs more than 500 people, and Sir James said the company would try to find themDyson has cancelled its plans to build an electric car. The company had built a “fantastic” vehicle, founder James Dyson wrote in an email, but the £2.5bn project is not “commercially viable”. Dyson

Dyson cancels its electric car, saying it is not ‘commercially viable’ | The Independent

James Dyson has canceled plans to build an electric car, according to an email sent to company employees.James Dyson has canceled plans to build an electric car, according to an email sent to company employees.

Dyson shuts down EV program | Autoblog

Dyson, best known for its vacuums, announced that it is shutting down its multi-billion-dollar plan to launch a new electric car after they came to the conclusion that it isn’t “commercially viable.” Starting in 2016, Dyson had long been rumored to be working on its own electric vehicle. The rumors intensified when the company acquired Michigan-based solid-state […]

Dyson gives up multi-billion-dollar electric car project, says it's not viable - Electrek

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Dyson said it will end its electric vehicle project after determining it could not make the car commercially viable or find a buyer. The company, known for its high-tech vacuum cleaners and fans, said in a statement Thursday that its automotive team had developed a fantastic car, but decided to close the project. Dyson also […]Dyson said it will end its electric vehicle project after determining it could not make the car commercially viable or find a buyer. The company, known for its high-tech vacuum cleaners and fans, said in a statement Thursday that its automotive team had developed a fantastic car, but decided to close the project. Dyson also […]

Dyson kills its electric car project and turns to solid-state batteries – TechCrunch

The firm said it had canned the project after realising it would not be commercially viableThe firm said it had canned the project after realising it would not be commercially viable

Dyson just cancelled its top-secret electric car project | WIRED UK

Dyson, the British company best known for its vacuum cleaners, has abandoned a £1 billion project to build electric cars.The company, headed by the inventor Sir James Dyson, said that its engineers had developed a “fantastic electric car” but that it would go into production because it was not “comDyson, the British company best known for its vacuum cleaners, has abandoned a £1 billion project to build electric cars. The company, headed by the inventor Sir James Dyson, said that its...

Dyson abandons £1bn electric car project | Business | The Times