Sneak peek at the highly-anticipated world-first Apple car

It's rumored to have no steering wheel and a glass canopy that opens like a jet fighter.

by | Published on 26th Sep 2022

The highly-anticipated Apple car is set to be revealed in 2025, and Apple is keeping very tight-lipped about it. 

Known internally as Project Titan, the car still doesn’t have an official name or look. 

But with the help of technology, Supercar Blondie is revealing just what you can expect from the tech giant’s first automobile.

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And if these renders are anything to go by, it’s going to be one of the most unique creations to ever hit the automotive world. 

Firstly, rumors suggest it will have no steering wheel and will be more of an autonomous shuttle rather than a driver-focused car. 


Instead of facing forward, the seats will face into the center of the car – because who needs to look at the road if you’re not driving?

It will wear a super sleek, minimalistic, and futuristic design. 

There will also be no door handles.

That’s because instead of four doors, it will have one gigantic panel that opens up to reveal the cabin, similar to a jet fighter. 

Inside the Apple car

The interior is where the Apple car will truly set itself apart from everything else on the road.

It will be a festival of lights and technology. 

There will be a massive touch screen spanning the length of the cabin, giving passengers access to all of the apps they would have on their iPhones. 

There will also be iPads mounted on the car walls facilitating Facetime calls. 

And the technology will never age because iOS would be updated remotely just like it is on your iPhone.

Meanwhile, at the front of the car, there will be no visible steering wheel. 

Instead, it would be folded into the dashboard and only deployed in case of emergency; that would allow occupants to take over control of the car and drive it manually. 

Apple, which reportedly has hundreds of employees currently working on the project, is actively looking for a partner with which to build the car. 

The company is reportedly in talks with Nissan, Hyundai-Kia, and even Porsche. 

So, something is definitely cooking – but just what it will look like is anyone’s guess. 



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Kate Bain is the Page Editor at supercarblondie.com. She is based in Dubai and coordinates coverage of the latest news across automotive, technology, and lifestyle. Kate has a bachelor's degree in business and post graduate in journalism. She is an experienced editor and journalist who has worked for News Corp, Daily Mail Australia, and Sky News. When she's not at work, you'll find her attached at the hip to her dog, Thor.

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