Apple Is Planning To Launch Fully Self-driving Car By 2025

Apple Inc. is accelerating development of its electric car and centering the project on complete self-driving capabilities. The auto team has been pursuing two parallel pathways for several years: developing a model with limited self-driving skills focused on steering and acceleration – comparable to many existing cars – or developing a model with complete self-driving capability that does not require human involvement.


Now, the business is pursuing a fully self-driving vehicle on this news company shares increased by up to 2.4 percent to $157.23.

Apple is pursuing an industrial holy grail by attempting to perfect self-driving automobiles. Automakers and technology titans have been working on driverless vehicles for years, but the technology has remained elusive. Internally, the business is aiming for a four-year debut of its self-driving car.

Apple’s dream automobile would be devoid of a steering wheel and pedals, with an interior geared toward hands-free driving. Though the business will have an emergency takeover mode on the vehicle.

The business has achieved a significant milestone in the development of the car’s core self-driving technology. The microprocessor was developed by Apple’s silicon engineering division, which also created the CPUs for the iPhone, iPad, and Mac, rather than by the automobile team.

The automobile chip is Apple’s most sophisticated internal development, consisting mostly of neural processors capable of handling the artificial intelligence required for autonomous driving. Due of the chip’s capabilities, it will likely operate at a high temperature, necessitating the creation of a complex cooling system.

Apple has considered compatibility with the combined charging system, or CCS, for charging the automobile. This would enable the company to access a vast worldwide network of chargers. However, even with recent advancements, we feel developing a completely self-driving car by 2025 is extremely ambitious.

Reference- Apple Online Newsroom, Bloomberg, EV Obsession, The Guardian