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Leasing companies are thinking of selling Apple cars in installments

Although the company has not yet released official details about the Apple car, there are reports that the car manufacturing process is becoming more serious, and so are the Leasing companies. They have already begun their efforts to attract potential customers for this future car.

The exact progress of Apple's electric car project, known as Project Titan, is still unknown, and speculation Its appearance continues. But car Leasing and installment sales companies are also preparing to compete to take advantage of the car's sales potential.

Vanarama, a car Leasing company, It goes even further and last month, based on several patents filed by Apple, provided renderings of the possible appearance of the Apple car. According to the company, the rendering is in line with all the patents that have been filed about Apple's car so far. Although patent schemes do not guarantee that a product will be marketed, they are a good option to show what companies are researching.

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It was in recent weeks that Bloomberg announced a major move by Apple to build an electric vehicle, announcing that the company is likely by 2025. Apple will unveil the work. The report also noted that Apple is looking to provide a full-featured car-free, pedal-free experience. Noteworthy is the fact that Vanarama is English, but the chairs can be rotated to turn the interior into a complete living room. This design also does not have a B column based on another patent that refers to the removal of door columns for a more open design.

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Large dashboard with Apple's all-time minimalist design, Apple's Siri voice assistant, and extensive use of the Apple logo are other features of this concept design, some of which are It is known as "iCar". However, there is no guarantee that the final appearance of the Apple car will resemble this rendering.

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Engineers Challenges Apple Car Project

While Apple has hired many former Tesla engineers and executives, given the ups and downs of the project, many engineers have opted to join technology companies. They pursue a more futuristic approach. According to Bloomberg, the project's many challenges are bothering engineers.

For example, Apple recently lost three other engineers in its car project who left the company to join a flying taxi company. Including Eric Rogers, who served as Apple's head of radar system engineering and joined startup Joby Aviation. Alex Clarabut is another engineer working on batteries, and he joined Jobby. "Stephen Spiteri" is now set to leave Apple for Jobby.

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Automakers Should Take Apple Seriously

While most people think of Apple's car as a relatively new project, the company has been working directly on it for more than seven years. Its competitors in this business include Tesla and Volkswagen. Last year, the CEO of Volkswagen Group said that his company welcomes the competition and innovations created by new players in the field.

But automakers need to take Apple's focus on the automotive industry even more seriously. The last group of companies that ignored Apple's presence in their business and ridiculed the company's new products, ultimately failed in their projects. Among them are BlackBerry and Microsoft, which failed to keep up with the massive trend that Apple introduced with the introduction of the iPhone in 2007.

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Photos: Apple car rendering based on company patents
Credit: Vanarama

Sources: Mashable, MacRumors, Phone Arena, 9to5Mac


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