Apple car appears in a leak confirms the approaching launch date!

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Tamsin Rodriguez1 August 2022Last Update : 2 weeks ago
Apple car appears in a leak confirms the approaching launch date!

Apple has been working on its first car for years, as the car was exposed to many obstacles, and today a new report revealed that the company has contracted with a car specialist to complete the work.

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The latest addition to the team working on the Apple car project is Lamborghini expert Luigi Taraporelli, who was head of chassis and vehicle dynamics at the automaker, who the report revealed would lead the design of a future Apple car.

Apple is clearly ramping up its efforts with highly focused hires, and his past experience with chassis, handling, suspension, steering and brake systems clearly points to Apple entering the final stages of vehicle design.

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Taraporelli joins Desi Ogkashevich, a former Ford safety and auto development officer who was hired by Apple in May of this year.

The Apple team already includes Ulrich Kranz, the former president of Canoo and the former head of the BMW EV division as well as Stuart Powers, the former head of the Tesla Autopilot team.

Apple has been quietly working on not only developing the car but the team of people who will lead the automotive division in the coming years.

The car is slated to launch in 2025, when it was reported that it would allow passengers to ride facing each other.

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It’s taking a long time for the company because they want to have a car without a steering wheel or any other controls, the world’s first ever self-driving vehicle.

Apple car appears in a leak confirms the approaching launch date!

Apple has been developing its car since 2014 which just proves the scale of the task at hand, there have been changes throughout this time.

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