It's a high-riding wagon with short overhangs.
Why Sir James isn't setting up shop in Britain — or China.
Supply chains, current ties there and Brexit views all play a part.
An engineer was put in a very difficult situation.
Appliance company plans to distinguish itself by offering electric car with longer range.
The future electric car market is getting crowded.
In a now-retracted government document, we learn that Dyson is getting UK government money to 'develop a new battery electric vehicle.'
Dyson invests $15 million in battery-making startup Sakti3 for cordless vacuum cleaners.
It's not every day that Caterham comes out with a new car. After all, the core of its business is centered around a 55-year-old design. But the SP/300.R is an all-new product, a clean-sheet design. And after unveiling the track car built in collaboration with renowned racing chassis manufacturer Lola, the first example has been delivered.
Yes, many jokes can be made at the expense of Dyson, the UK-based manufacturer of odd-looking vacuums and fans, and its employees. But those hard-working engineers clearly know a thing or two about recombining common parts to find innovative solutions to every day problems.
It's official, ladies and gents: the Caterham SP/300.R is coming to America. (What, the ladies read Autoblog too. Right?)
As expected, the Dyson Racing Team, MazdaSpeed and BP announced today that the Lola-Mazda cars will be running on a new blend of biobutanol and ethanol for the 2010 American Le Mans Series Season. The International Motor Sports Association (IMSA), which handles the technical regulations for ALMS, Sam Abuelsamid