This is a new twist in the Apple saga. In an interview with the New York Times, Tim Cook revealed that he had not dropped the development of a so-called autonomous vehicle. Regarding the Apple Car, however, no information has been confirmed.
Apple has some nice surprises in store for us … Finally, according to what Tim Cook, his ambitious boss, suggests. In an interview with the New York Times published this Monday, April 5, the businessman made several revelations: “ we work on so much internally. Many of them never see the light of day. I’m not saying the Apple Car won’t “.
So will a so-called autonomous car see the light of day under the name Apple? Nothing is certain, however Tim Cook has made numerous references to work in progress within his company.
“An autonomous car is a robot”
A robot not quite like the others … Tim Cook remains very discreet about the project of his Apple Car. For several months, many rumors have surfaced concerning a possible partnership with other manufacturers. The boss of Apple did not wish to say more, but confirms his taste for “autonomous vehicles”.
“ Autonomy is the fundamental technology, in my opinion. If you step back, the car, in a way, is a robot. An autonomous car is a robot. You can do a lot of things with autonomy. And we’ll see what Apple does. “
For the moment, it is impossible to know if you will be able to drive an Apple Car by 2030. The company at the apple seems more interested in technology than in the creation of a complete vehicle. To find out more, we will have to be patient, if Apple launches its own autonomous car, it could only be functional within 5 to 7 years …