Dyson scraps £2.5bn electric car project claiming it isn't commercially viable

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Dyson will now focus on developing solid-state batteries and technologies like AI and machine learning

Dyson, the British company known for its high-tech vacuum cleaners, has decided to scrap its £2.5 billion electric car project. In an email sent to all employees, Sir James Dyson, the founder of...

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