Nissan is leading efforts to make EVs, particularly the Leaf subcompact, a viable option for Thai customers. It’s been working with industry stakeholders to prepare the ground in a country that still has minimal charging infrastructure.
Mitsubishi says with only about 1% of U.K. new-car buyers opting for EVs, the government risks missing numerous environmental targets, not least its goal of having half of all new cars classified as ultra-low-emissions vehicles by 2030.
The patents include diagrams that make it appear the Dyson EV, to be built in Singapore, will look like a Range Rover. They show a car with a long wheelbase, an interior with reclining seats and an aerodynamic design.