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Apple Car’s Renderings Have Been Released

Bipasha Mandal
Bipasha Mandal
Bipasha Mondal is writer at TechGenyz

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Almost every major tech company is gradually inching towards developing and manufacturing its own electric car. Very recently, the Chinese tech giant announced that most of the trademarks the company had applied for with regard to Mi Auto have been received it, and the cars are likely to go into mass production in the first half of 2024.

In other news, another tech giant, Apple, is also developing its own electric car. The new Apple cars will likely debut in the first half of 2025. However, as is the case with any Apple product that the company is yet to launch, there is still an air of mystery around the Apple cars. Some reports even claim that the Cali-based tech giant is implementing its CIA-inspired measures, and it is highly unlikely that we will get to see any information leaks about the Apple Car.

There has been an increase in the patents filed by the company, which is only indicative of the fact that Apple is doing great things in the automotive field. Vanarama is a leasing expert, made a set of imaginary Apple car renderings based on the patents filed by Apple, and the designs, although imaginary, look extremely promising.

The interior design of the Apple cars seems to be built on a new method that allows the driver to configure the location of the controls. The renderings reveal that the entire cabin is occupied by a large part of the screen which is somewhat the generic design of the automobile industry engaged in manufacturing electric cars.

Vanarama also highlights the designs of the front door and the back door. Both the doors are upside down, makingS getting in and out of the vehicle easier. As mentioned above the renderings are done taking into consideration the patent; it does not mean that the design of the car will be similar to the ones produced by Vanarama.

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