Apple Car project has witnessed multiple leadership change in the past. According to a new report by Insider, Kevin Lynch is joining the Apple Car team. Kevin Lynch is known for his association with Apple Watch.
A new DigiTimes report claims that Apple could work with Taiwanese companies to build batteries for the Apple Car in the US instead of Chinese suppliers. The report claims that Foxconn or Advanced Lithium Electrochemistry (Alees) are currently in the race to work with Apple to set up factories in the US and build Apple Car batteries.
In a major boost for Apple’s electric car ambitions, the company has hired former BMW senior executive and self-driving vehicle startup founder Ulrich Kranz.
Apple is reportedly in the early stages of discussion with China’s CATL and BYD to purchase batteries for its electric vehicle. The talks are still in the preliminary stages, so they can either get shelved, or the terms could change.
A new Bloomberg report claims that Apple has lost multiple managers from its self-driving team in the last six months.
Apple is reportedly close to signing a deal with LG and Magna for the development of Apple Car. LG has a joint venture with Canada-based Magna International tentatively called “LG Magna e-Powertrain.”
A new Bloomberg report has detailed Apple’s effort on building its own car and why it might not find a partner so easily.
Hyundai and Kia confirmed at the beginning of this month that they were no longer in talks with Apple over the Apple Car partnership. However, a new South Korean report from Chosun Biz claims that both companies are still under negotiations for developing Apple’s self-driving electric vehicle.
It’s no secret that Apple is working on Apple Car. Multiple leaks and rumors have suggested that the company will launch its automotive sometime later in this decade. Multiple concept creators and designers have come up with a ‘vision’ of what the Apple Car may look like. These are the top 5 Apple Car concepts we’ve seen so far.
A new report from Bloomberg details that the Cupertino-based company has achieved a major boost in the Apple Car project. The report details that Apple is in talks with multiple suppliers for the procurement of LiDAR sensors for its Car project.