Dyson has abandoned its attempts to break into the automotive industry and will wind down its electric vehicle project, ending a venture that founder Sir James Dyson claimed would redefine his business.

The company failed to find a buyer for its designs, and said its plans to build a car from scratch in Singapore were no longer commercially viable.

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Dyson's ambitions faced a mounting challenge from established carmakers, while electric vehicle makers

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