Believe that Apple is still on a fast timetable if it wishes to start Apple Auto in 2025 it lacks car building experiences.
The Apple analyst’s latest article Ming-Chi Kuo (via 9to5Mac) reported potential specifications of the rumored electric vehicle of Apple that could give life for battery with a few Tesla vehicles.
The car will be built on its Electric Global Modular Architecture in collaboration with Hyundai (E-GMP). Since Hyundai unveiled E-GMP a few months ago, we get a feel of what an Apple Car might have.
The Hyundai E-GMP will cover a complete charge of more than 300 miles, while a five-minute charge can hit you within 60 miles. This is not unjust given Tesla’s Model 3, depending on the setup, has a range of 263 miles and 353 miles.
In 18 minutes, rapid charging provides you with a performance of up to 80%. In less than 3.5 seconds, it can even go from 0 to 60 mph at a maximum speed of 160 mph.
Kuo says “Apple will launch the car in 2025 at the earliest.”
Kuo said the EV is “about 40–50 times more components than each smartphone, so if Apple wants to build a complete automotive supply chain on its own, the Apple Car will be released significantly later than 2025…”
Irrespective of the target times, there is one thing that is clear: we have a long time before either of us drive an Apple Car.