We have been hearing about the AppleCar project, which is a very efficient and conceptually interesting vehicle from a famous company that is famous around the world for its smartphones, for many years. Recently, Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, admitted that a few years ago he wanted to sell his company to Apple, but its boss, Tim Cook, was not interested. Interestingly, it was funny money back then.
Now, thanks to Tesla, Elon Musk has become the richest man on our planet. Apple saw the potential in this type of vehicle because virtually most technology companies work on autonomous electrics on a daily basis. Such an ecological means of transport could transport employees to the company's branches throughout the Silicon Valley.
Now we are hearing that Hyundai is involved in the AppleCar project. The company announced that it was working with several companies from around the world, but a few hours later it struck Apple off its list. Experts believe that the Korean concern is helping Apple, but Tim Cook's company wants to continue to keep the whole project secret, which is why Hyundai reacted in this and no other way.
Apple has very ambitious plans for its vehicle. It is to be the most technologically advanced in the world cyberbit extremely practical to use, such as iPhones. This is one reason that vehicle production is delaying. The company is waiting for new solutions to be developed. They are supposed to allow the car to be popularized faster and to triumph over strong competition.
The company plans to equip the vehicle with an innovative battery. The cells will be supplemented with active material, which will translate into a much greater range. The batteries themselves are to be lithium-iron-phosphate (LFP), or a variant of the lithium-ion battery used in hybrid and electric cars
It is characterized by a long service life, a low memory effect, high capacity and a low self-discharge rate. The system is less susceptible to heating, which makes it safer, and does not require cobalt, which is mined mainly in South Africa, where children are involved in its extraction.