Will solid-state batteries give Dyson an edge in electric vehicle market?

Can a company known for making vacuum cleaners build an electric car that doesn’t suck?

The tongue-in-cheek question has been circulating since Dyson’s announcement last month that it is working on an electric car. The company believes its outsider status is an advantage, since it will be able to design a car from the ground up without any prior biases. Dyson plans to do all development in-house.

 Its secret weapon could be solid-state batteries – rechargeable power sources that are smaller and potentially more durable than the standard lithium-ion kinds found in many consumer electronics, including other electric vehicles.
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