Apple develops its fleet of independent driving tests for 55 vehicles while the project remains in the shadows

Apple now has 55 stand-ale test vehicles and 83 authorized drivers, the California Motor Vehicle Department cfirmed, indicating that work the company's mysterious platform was accelerating [19659002] An Apple Test Vehicle ” height=”333″ class=”lazy” data-original=”” />

At least, Apple's new number puts it ahead of Drive.Ai, Tesla, and even Alphabet's Waymo, which is rapidly moving towards a commercial service. The leader in the state according to macReports is GM Cruise, with 104 vehicles.

The size of the Apple fleet reported earlier this year was 45. The company has not yet applied for a license to test without backup drivers, but these have ly become available in California ly last mth.

Companies around the world are racing to be amg the first with fully automous vehicles. Technology is csidered the future of the automotive and tourism industry, and lucrative for any business that can establish itself as a favorite.

Apple's lenses are still unclear. While it was at e time thought to be designing a full-fledged electric car, his work would have reduced to creating a platform, perhaps with alternately in mind . Unless the company is investing in major investments, it will probably have to associate with e or more outside companies because it lacks the necessary expertise and infrastructure. to manage his own Waymo watchtower

. more complex because it should associate with manufacturers, provide parts for decades, and provide easy access to …

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