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Apple launches electric car with new battery technology by 2024

This should “radically” reduce costs and increase the performance range of the iCar.

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Apple launches electric car with new battery technology by 2024
Apple launches electric car with new battery technology by 2024

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  • Based on a “single cell” design, the power supply could contain less battery materials and more active materials, allowing longer trips between charges.
  • He “Apple car“It might actually be a pickup similar to one iPhone, with elegant lines and polished surfaces.

The autonomous car rumor Manzana can finally become a reality, depending on Reuters. Everything points to it The company plans to launch an autonomous vehicle with proprietary battery technology in 2024.

It’s been a bumpy road for Cupertino’s automotive ambitions: the Titan Project It started in 2014, stalled in 2016, and bounced back in 2019. Now, in a confusing year, Apple has reportedly returned to the driver’s seat. The company has “made enough progress to build a vehicle for consumers,” he said. Reutersciting two anonymous sources who are familiar with the effort. A key component is a new battery design that could “radically” cut costs and increase range, a third person told the news agency.

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Based on a “single cell” design, the power supply could contain less battery materials and more active materials, allowing longer trips between charges. The bitten apple company is also reportedly considering a low-cost, low-toxicity lithium iron phosphate (LFP) compound as a key component. However, details are poorly known and it is unclear whether the company will rely on a manufacturing partner to build branded cars or simply develop the stand-alone software for integration by a traditional automaker. In the meantime, the COVID-19 pandemic could delay production until 2025 or later.

A 2019 report by the German site administrator magazine claimed that the alleged “Apple car“It might actually be a pickup similar to one iPhone, with elegant lines and polished surfaces. The magazine also contained internal batteries and electric motors as well as “special seats and interior fittings”.

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