The British technology company, Dyson, is said to be working on an electric vehicle that’s set to give the Tesla Model Y some serious competition.

According to Electrek, some recently published patents reveal the car that’ll be “entirely designed by Dyson, manufactured by Dyson, and sold by Dyson.” The vehicle, which is set to be launched in 2021, was described by chief engineer James Dyson to have “fundamentally new technologies and make some inventive leaps.” This was described in a staff memo obtained by The Telegraph.

Based on the patents, the Dyson car’s EV technology will be prominent in the vehicle’s aerodynamics, efficiency and architecture.

There’s still little info to be taken based from the sketch although the report described the vehicle to be “androgynous.” Although it’s not clear where the description applies, a report from Autocar basically described the vehicle to have an aluminum body, a long wheelbase, high floor and low roof.

The sketch also revealed that it will have third-row seating, which pretty much categorizes it along with the Tesla Model Y. Musk's vehicle is currently labeled a “crossover SUV.”

Another interesting feature is the relatively large wheels that are said to be inspired by the design of the Mini Cooper and seems to be an ode to the company’s British lineage.

The wheels would make the Dyson electric car an efficient automobile in both city and even rough road driving, covering a wide range of lifestyle driving. In a report, Dyson has already signed up with a major tire manufacturer to complement its mobile needs. There is no information yet regarding engine specs and car performance, but it could be something along with the expected performance of the Model Y.

The upcoming Dyson EV is one big step for the company in its bid to compete in the electric vehicle market. James Dyson shared that his company is planning on producing three electric vehicles that won’t compromise on comfort and performance.

With this in mind, it seems that the UK firm won’t be coming up with small cars or sedan vehicles. The report said that Dyson himself is uninterested in exploring this side of the market. The company is expected to produce its EV fleet in Singapore.