Might look like self-guided vehicle Apple [video]




Recently in San Francisco were seen mysterious cars with cameras, sensors, and disk-shaped antennas, allegedly tested by Apple. Some observers have suggested that the Cupertino robomobili experience, but permission to test these vehicles the company has not yet received. Later, there were several messages that Apple actually designing your own car.


According to some sources, secret initiative is called Titan: in it, according to informed sources, involved 1,000 specialists Apple. The project envisages the creation of a self-governing electric vehicle, and the first designs suggest a minivan.

It is known that Apple turned to industrial designer Marc Newson, at one time to create one of the concepts for Ford Motor. And recently, the company has admitted the head of research division of Mercedes-Benz in Silicon Valley Johann Yungvirt. It Yungvirt responsible for the development of the concept F 015 Luxury in Motion – a self-governing car Mercedes-Benz. Users on the web suggest that this might look like your own electric Apple.


In this apparatus, an unmanned mode is basic, four passengers sit facing each other in the comfortable lounge chairs. It offers the inhabitants of the cabin – the set of electronic means of communication and entertainment. But conventional manned mode – only auxiliary. If required, the driver can deploy a chair in traditional position, facing forward, and pull out of the tidy steering wheel.

Head-up display on the windshield of a car can output accompanying information (free tables in restaurants, theater posters, free parking spaces). On the side is displayed digital terrain model, synchronized with the real situation (mountains in the distance, ups and downs, the coastline).

At Mercedes-Benz counting on the emergence of such cars after 2030. It is possible that the efforts of Apple this happens much earlier.

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