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James Dyson looking at the Dyson Battery Electric Vehicle

The Dyson Battery Electric Vehicle

By James Dyson

Dyson Hullavington hangar

An obsession with solving problems

Dyson's first foray into the automotive world came in 1990, when we began work on a cyclonic filter that could be fitted onto a vehicle's exhaust system to trap particulates. In 1993, James Dyson went on British national television to explain how this technology worked.

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Dyson Hullavington hangar

Engineering the future

Dyson continues to invest in the UK and Singapore across Research, Development and Commercial operations. The 517 acre Hullavington technology campus in the UK will be a backdrop to exciting future developments and we will outline those plans in due course.

  • Hanger at Hullavington airfield
  • Men working on Whittle gas-turbine engine
  • Aeroplanes at Hullavington airfield

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