December 4, 2021

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Apple's first electric car could appear in 2025

Apple’s first electric car could appear in 2025

Kevin Lynch, Head of Automotive Division at Apple company, is pushing to launch its electric car in 2025 and reorient the project around fully autonomous driving capabilities, according to Bloomberg News.

Actions maker iPhone sales rose more than 2% and set a new record in the news.

According to the report, the car will not have a steering wheel or pedals, and the interior will be designed so that you don’t have to use your hands.

The company’s automotive effort, better known as Project Titan, has progressed sporadically since 2014, when it began designing its own car from scratch.

The news comes at a time when growing demand for electric vehicles is driving the market value of companies like Tesla and Rivian well above that of traditional automakers, which have been around for decades.

Reuters reported this in December An apple It was targeting 2024 to produce a passenger car that could incorporate its own advanced battery technology.

The company is also preparing to return workers to offices starting February 1 and will allow employees to work remotely for up to four weeks each year, according to information cited in a memo.

Apple declined to comment for the article.

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