Dyson announced that it would be exiting the electric vehicle race. But with this news there are signs it is pivoting to focus on solid state batteries.

Dyson’s high profile exit from its electric vehicle (EV) development in early-October was met with a good amount of press coverage as a harbinger of things to come for those seeking to brave 21st century automotive production.

For many years now, the automotive space has warned new entrants that it is a high volume, low margin business and that anyone making new vehicles would be crazy to attempt such a feat . . .

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