Apple Car Release Date And Features: Will Have A 'Never Seen Before' Battery'

Aug 16, 2016 07:20 AM EDT | Eve C.

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Apple is getting ready for the highly anticipated product, the Apple Car. Some might be surprised that the Cupertino-based company is now jumping into the car industry, but as we all know, electric cars have been in a high demand for its efficiency.

On the other hand, there is a little information about the ongoing project. But of course, there are some outlets who are trying their best to know on the latest update.

BGR reported that Apple started this million-dollar project by hiring thousands of employees. The company must be making sure that experts and dedicated labor workers are part of the development team.

But what are the interesting bits that we know so far? According to the website, the tech titan has been designing a "never before seen battery."

Sourcing South Korean outlet ET News, the company executives are allegedly in talks with a South Korean battery company. Rumor has it that the latter only consists of 20-25 employees, which the news claim that they are "expert technologists of batteries."

As for the impressive design, they could be assembling a battery wherein the center is hollow. The Korean company declined to impart the details.

A highest- ranking official told the outlet that "Because we made an NDA with Apple, we cannot discuss any information regarding this project."  However, the website hinted that the company will not go for the usual circular or rectangular batteries.

The aim is to create a highly innovative battery which is specified only for the upcoming electric vehicle. Apple's Bob Mansfield lead the creative team behind the upcoming Apple Car product which is called "Project Titan."

The giant tech company has not confirmed any essential detail about the much-awaited electric car. But sooner or later, the public will be surprised about the latest vehicle and its capacity to wow and impress.

Stay tuned for more updates regarding the Apple Car here at AutoWorldNews.

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