Apple Increases California Self-Driving Test Fleet From 3 To 27 Lexus Cars

Posted: Jan 26 2018, 9:19am CST | by , in News | Apple

Apple Increases California Self-Driving Test Fleet from 3 to 27 Lexus Cars
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Apple Ramps Up Autonomous Driving Set of Vehicles to More Than Two Dozen

The idea behind the drive for self-driving cars by Apple began as a tiny kernel of inspiration and advanced to a full-fledged plan to change the world. The whole industrious effort may be a confidential one but that does not detract from its importance or factuality.

The self-driving fleet of cars that Apple owned in April of 2017 comprised just a trio. Yet today that number has burgeoned into 27 vehicles which is impressive indeed. Apple has always taken giant steps and this sort of “Think Big” scenario is the perfect way for Apple to take some initiative for the future.

Currently, the fleet of cars consists of hybrid SUVs, according to Bloomberg. Video clips of these cars in action show quite a bunch of seaters on wheels. Apple self-driving program has been a constant preoccupation of the firm since awhile.

Over time, some hurdles happened to get in the way yet they were overcome. The plan has been miniaturized but it has not been scrapped. That is definite.

Although Apple may have preferred to keep its self-driving program under wraps, such has obviously not been the case. Word gets out and then secrets are no longer secrets.

Apple’s bid to dive headfirst into self-driving technology is a bold and brave venture. It is one that may just benefit it immensely in the times to come. Tim Cook spoke out regarding this sensitive subject in June of 2017. Apple has a whole lot to look forward to provided it plays its cards right.

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