The patent images were filed 18 months ago but have only now been released by Dyson and attached to a letter to employees, as reported by iNews.
In a company email, founder James Dyson wrote: "The patents certainly don't reveal what our vehicle will really look like, but they provide a glimpse of some of the inventive steps that we are considering".
Patents do highlight that Dyson could use "very large wheels" to suit bumpy terrains with improved "range and efficiency".
Although it will have a tall ride, the crossover will have a lower roof than most of its rivals.
A patent published this week by electrical appliance mainstay Dyson shows a vehicle with a long-wheel base and reclining seats that has some suggesting the vacuum-maker is planning an off-road EV. Dyson's email also hinted at a vehicle with a low center of gravity to improve handling.
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Dyson has been a proponent of solid-state battery technology, but Autocar reports there is the possibility the company could also launch hydrogen fuel cell or plug-in hybrid vehicles.
Advances will come in the aerodynamics, efficiency and vehicle architecture - how the auto is laid out - Sir James said. However, he said patents were needed as the auto would "include fundamentally new technologies and make some inventive leaps".
Though the auto is set to be built in Singapore, much of the research and development is taking place at the firm's headquarters at Hullavington Airfield, Wiltshire, where the development team has been quietly beavering away on the EV for almost three years.
Dyson Ltd.'s electric auto may have a long wheel base, an interior cabin with reclining seats and an aerodynamic design, according to patents awarded to the company.
He said that competitors had missed opportunities by adapting electric vehicles from existing formats, but Dyson's was "a vehicle which has been developed from the bottom up".