Hyundai Motor Group and Apple are teaming up to design a car.
Apple is close to finalizing an agreement with Hyundai Motor Group to have a self-driving EV assembled at the Korean automaker’s Kia plant in West Point, Georgia.
According to the sources, the vehicle will be designed to be driverless and used for “last mile” trips, suggesting it will be some sort of autonomous shuttle or delivery van. This ties in with a report from 2018 that claimed Apple had looked at fitting Volkswagen Transporter vans with a self-driving system to create an autonomous shuttle service to transport employees between its two Silicon Valley campuses.
We are more curious if the apple car will have the motor sold separately or not.
The article from Motor Authority goes more in depth on the Hyundai Motor Group & Apple collaboration.