According to the recent information they have posted on their official website, Apple is preparing electric car for 2019. No details have been provided in relation to the tech specifications of the electrical vehicle, except for the fact that many more engineers will be brought to work for Project Titan.
The iPhone maker is hinting more often about a possible electric car. The project looks even more achievable now that Apple has finally confirmed that the prototype of the vehicle will be introduced to the public in 2019.
The first condition in this direction has already been fulfilled, namely, the number of team members will be tripled in the following period. The group of engineers currently numbers 600 members, but Apple is determined to bring many more workers on Project Titan to finish works in due time.
The new engineers will more likely work to make suggestions in relation to the design of the new electric vehicle. From the past images that the iPhone maker has provided us with, we may conclude that Project Titan will be a futuristic car.
Although many projects have been developer on driverless cars, Apple has stated that they will not be releasing a completely autonomous car in the near future. Electric car customers, too, may have to wait a little bit longer as developers think the vehicle won’t be available for sale in 2019.
iPhone will probably introduce the design of their new car in 2019, but it will be long until it will eventually be available for sale.
Even though we should not expect to see Apple autonomous cars any time soon, the smartphone producer will work for the driverless car project simultaneously. The company has announced that they have already booked the GoMentum Station for driverless tests which will take place in the following period.
There are still many aspects left to be tackled, one of them being the companies that Apple will work with for the manufacturing of the electric car components. The iPhone maker has generally outsourced the production of smartphone hardware, but we can’t yet say whether the same pattern will be applied for Apple’s Project Titan.
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