Although Apple is rumored to have already started prototyping its much-rumored Apple Car, what the vehicle will look like if and when it rolls out of Cupertino’s Product Realization Lab (yep, that’s a real place!) is still anyone’s guess.
With that in mind, the folks over at automotive industry website Motor1 recently took a stab at guessing how Apple’s Project Titan will appear.
The Apple Car concept comes thanks to the rendering skills of automotive designer Samir Sadkhov, a graduate of the European Institute of Design who has worked on Lamborghinis and taken second place in the Ferrari World Design Contest.
The vehicle features small information screens at the bottom of the front door that inform nearby drivers when the Apple Car is operating in Autonomous Drive mode or being used as a ride-sharing vehicle (or both). It could also, they claim, display other messages such as current weather, eco stats or a “digitally flipped bird for the car that was just riding your tail.” (Yes, but could it do all this without being a massive distraction to other people on the road?)
Inside there are plenty more screens, plus the minimalist luxury touch Apple is known for. For more images, check out the link at the bottom of the page, where they show off the possible Apple Car interior and more.
What do you think? Is this a vehicle that would get you excited about Apple’s automotive plans, or does someone need to go back to the drawing board and start again? Leave your comments below.