Dyson is a technology company that originated from British technology. Much robust and updated technology. It is established in the United Kingdom by Sir James Dyson in 1991. The Focus area is designing and manufactures household appliances such as vacuum cleaners, air purifiers, hand dryers, bladeless fans, heaters, hairdryers, and lights.
The Dyson N526 would have had a range of nearly 1,000 kilometers on a single charge if it were built. For an interview, Sir James Dyson personally gave some insights into the canceled electric car.
For e-car enthusiasts, the Dyson could have been an interesting vehicle. The reported range of almost 1,000 kilometers with one charge alone would have become a massive unique selling point, which would also have been based on the proprietary battery technology of the household appliance manufacturer. Dyson had developed a new type of solid-state cell specifically for the project, which was to provide stable performance even under adverse conditions. With all the convincing approaches, the question naturally arises why Dyson ended the project after more than two years of development and half a billion private capital invested. According to him, this has to do with the fact that he currently sees no basis for an economic offer as a pure e-car manufacturer. Unlike conventional car manufacturers, he cannot cross-subsidize every electric car with profits from the combustion sector.
We need to analyze the cost of combustion cars in comparison to electric cars. Definitely cost plays the game.