Apple Car with weird “EGG” cabin? Would you prefer this or a Tesla Model 3?
This Apple Car mockup shows off a weird egg-shaped cabin design in a dual seater configuration.
How will the Apple Car look? Will it have a notch like the iPhone X? Or will it use levitation instead of the conventional wheels? While Apple is yet to reveal anything regarding this possibly over the next few years, some design concepts have crept up, imagining what could the Apple Car end up looking like. Most of these are obviously wacky Electric Vehicles (EV) dressed in “AirPods White”. The latest one though looks unearthly!
Imagined by Yanko Design, this Apple car concept looks essentially like an egg held together by four wheels! No kidding! It seems to have weird aero scoops all around and white-wall wheels too. The cabin consists of a dual seater configuration that can move around 360 degrees. And, it shares an eerie resemblance with the BMW Isetta when it comes to its doors.!
Apple “Egg” car concept is weird in every way
The doors on this concept Apple Car opens from the front, which means passengers can sit inside it like they do on a chair! Based on the renders though, it does not appear to be spacious. And given its weird design, we are struggling to factor how much battery capacity can this car have. And will it have autonomous driving tech?
This micro car concept looks cool but even in the next 10 years, the possibility of this being a reality seems unlikely. After all, Apple hasn't been very successful with “Mini” devices lately (the iPhone 12 Mini and iPhone 13 Mini aren't selling well enough for Apple).
Rumours had it that Apple was working with Kia for its first electric vehicle. However, it is now said that Apple wants to build something that will rival existing cars. A few insiders had told the media that this Apple Car will have a battery technology that's “next level”. It could be as groundbreaking as the original iPhone back in 2007.
Currently, Apple's involvement in the auto sector is limited to its Apple CarPlay interface for iPhones on modern vehicle infotainment systems. Additionally, Apple has partnered with BMW to let iPhone users use their phone as the car key.