Developing an electric car is not easy, Apple proved it

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Apple's electric car project is stalling again. The American IT giant has once again postponed the launch of its own electric car.

Apple first announced the development of its own electric car back in 2014, when the project was codenamed Titan. Initially, it was assumed that it would be a drone without the usual controls, but then this idea was abandoned. The launch date of the model was postponed several times, and now Bloomberg reports that the electric car will enter the market no earlier than 2026, that is, 12 years after the start of work on it. At the same time, they promise to reveal the exterior next year.

The latest news about Apple's electric car is dated this summer. Then it was reported that the IT giant hired one of the leading managers of Lamborghini, Luigi Taraborrelli. Taraborrelli had a hand in the creation of such models as Urus, Huracan and Aventador, and also managed to work on the "off-road" version of Huracan - Sterrato, which debuted at the end of November.

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In addition to Taraborrelli, Apple has previously attracted former engineers from Tesla, Ford, Rivian, Volvo, Mercedes-Benz, McLaren, Porsche and Aston Martin to the project to create an electric car.

There were also rumors about technology partners. According to unofficial data, Apple was in talks with Toyota, as well as with the South Korean SK Group and LG Electronics, but the situation with the appearance of the car after that has not cleared up.

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