AI predicts design and cost of the Apple car

AI certainly has some interesting ideas for the upcoming Apple Car - what's with the third wheel, though?

by | Published on 22nd Jun 2023

We know that Apple is working on a car, but we don’t know what it looks like yet.

Well, we don’t, but Artificial Intelligence does.

These days it feels like AI knows everything so… are we really surprised?

READ MORE: New trademark filings reveal juicy details about the Apple Car, an Instagram content creator, has shared a few different Apple concepts using AI.

What they do is they instruct AI to create unique images using text-to-image models.

Among other things, they’ve created the Apple Time Machine, Apple Jetpack and Apple E-Moto.

Amazingly, the Time Machine is the cheapest product here, yours for just $35,599.

Crucially, they also created the Apple Car.

This is more relevant than any other imaginary product because an Apple Car, unlike the other concepts, will be here at some point.

We know that Apple has considered partnering up with several automakers to design the car.

Some of the big brands like Hyundai and BMW have been mentioned several times.

Nothing is set in stone, but the only thing we know for sure is that an Apple car is coming at some point between 2024 and 2025.

We’re sure it’ll be full of cool tech and it’ll probably look tremendous.

According to AI, it will look something like this, a sleek four-door coupe that reminds us of the Hyundai 6, the Porsche Taycan and maybe even the Lucid Air.

And yes, we do realize the rear part of the car is botched and it looks like it’s got three wheels on each side.

But hey, AI isn’t perfect.

Apple being a tech company, it’ll likely target tech-focused car companies like Rivian, Tesla, and Lucid.

Interestingly, AI priced the Apple Car at $119,900, which sounds pretty accurate.

Apple products have never been particularly cheap, in fact they’re usually quite expensive.

That’s probably not going to change when the brand’s first car hits the showrooms, even though it’s uncharted territory for Apple.



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Experienced content creator with a strong focus on cars and watches. Alessandro penned the first-ever post on the Supercar Blondie website and covers cars, watches, yachts, real estate and crypto. Former DriveTribe writer, fixed gear bike owner, obsessed with ducks for some reason.

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