Apple's first car will be fully autonomous, won't be available for end users
A new report emerged today to back up most recent claims that Apple has reached a deal with Kia to make its first electric car. And Kia's US arm will take on production, which is said to kick off in 2024.
The report also confirms that Apple's first electric car won't be available for end users and will be aimed at businesses. Moreover, it's being designed to be fully autonomous. It all seems to be in line with Apple's acquisition of Drive.ai - a self-driving car startup.
On the same day, a different South Korean source published a report that on February 27, Apple and Kia will sign a $3.5 billion deal regarding a future Kia plant in Georgia, USA. This would ensure at least 100,000 Apple units per year once it kicks off production in 2024 and that number can be upped to 400,000 cars per year.
This Kia looks like a copy of the Lancia Delta..
- 15 Feb 2021
Hi there, We will have to see the tax exceptions and how it affects the different countries where they want to sell this curious car.
- 08 Feb 2021
It's called automation. It is like a wave starting in the start of the industrial revolution and it is ongoing. You must be from another universe to have not paid attention to it. Either that or you still wash your clothes by hand, go to pl...
- 08 Feb 2021