Apple Car: 2028 Launch Date, Limited Self-Driving

Apple Car Koncept 2
Apple has been working on its own electric car, code-named Project Titan, since 2015. However, the project has been plagued by delays, leadership changes, and the company's ambitious goal of creating a fully autonomous vehicle without a steering wheel.

According to a new report from Bloomberg, Apple has finally settled on a plan to launch its car in 2028. However, the company has made some concessions to finally get the project over the finish line.

First concession:

The car will only offer limited self-driving capabilities. Instead of the fully autonomous level 4- or even level 5 system that Apple originally planned, the Apple Car will only be able to drive itself in certain conditions, such as on highways. The driver will still need to be alert and ready to take control at any time.

Second concession:

Apple is considering further changes to the leadership of its hardware engineering and autonomous software teams. In addition to Kevin Lynch, a veteran Apple engineer who also oversees the development of software for the Apple Watch, many of the project’s leaders come from the automotive industry, including Ford, Porsche, and Lamborghini.

Apple Car: 2028 Launch Date, Limited Self-Driving

The new plan is a sign that Apple is finally serious about bringing its car to market. However, the concessions that the company has made may disappoint some fans who were hoping for a truly revolutionary vehicle.

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