Reports about a car Project from Apple have been trickling out since 2014. But since then nothing happened not even a prototype. And for making us more confused, Apple has not confirmed or denied the existence of the car.
Until 2018, when Apple registered on self-driving vehicles with California’s DMV. Which makes it clear that Apple is working on something. Despite that, everything about the unseen car is still mysterious.
But the car experts at Vanarama used all patents that have made their way online, to create an incredible 3D model of what the Apple Car could look like.
The model shows both the external design and the interior of the car.
Some experts said that Vanarama’s rendering of the Apple Car takes some inspiration from Tesla’s Cybertruck. To be honest it’s a little bit less weird than Elon Musk’s vision of the future car.
Speaking about Elon Musk, Apple has reportedly hired a former Tesla so
e expert, Christopher Moore. This person is a former Tesla Autopilot software director.
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What does it look like?
The first thing you will notice in the exterior look is the pillarless structure. The glass cover includes the windows, sunroof, and windshields. This plus the design of the front and rear doors could make looking into or out of Apple’s car easier.
Taking a look on the inside, you can see a large continuous touch
display that extends through the hole dashboard. Vanarama uses Apple’s patents to imagine a fully customizable dashboard of controls and information, not to forget a version of Siri that will be an intelligent driving assistant.
The Cupertino-based tech giant is likely to remain its EV project as a top-secret. But according to important people there, if everything worked according to the plan, it might see the light in 2025. we will wait and see.