Dyson, the maker of bladeless fans and vacuum cleaners, is coming up with a car. Yes, you heard right, a Dyson car. The appliance company has been busy recruiting top executives from the auto industry, and the latest is a key man from Aston Martin, Autocar reports.

The latest to join Dyson is David Wyer, previously the director of purchasing at Aston Martin. Wyer is leaving Aston Martin after 22 years at Gaydon, and he will assume the role of head of procurement at Dyson.

“So, after 22 years at Aston Martin, today is my last day as I leave one great company to take up an exciting opportunity with another, as head of procurement at Dyson,” Wyer said on Linkedin.

“I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at Aston Martin and have many great memories that will stay with me for a long time. I firmly believe that you work for people, not a company, so I wanted to take this opportunity to thank a couple of people that I have worked for over the years,” he added.

Last year, ex Aston Martin product development director Ian Minards moved into the same role in Dyson. The Wiltshire, UK based maker of Cool fans also hired Tesla communications executive Ricardo Reyes earlier this year.

There have been no official confirmation that Dyson is working on a car, but last year, a UK government document inadvertently spilled the beans. “The Government is funding Dyson to develop a new battery electric vehicle at their headquarters in Malmesbury, Wiltshire. This will secure £174 million of investment in the area, creating over 500 jobs, mostly in engineering,” the document read.