Motor Trends Apple Car Concept [Video]

Motor Trends Apple Car Concept [Video]

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Motor Trends has shared their concept for the much rumored Apple Car.

To come up with the design they visited the ArtCenter College of Design's famous Hillside Campus, meeting with Stewart Reed, ArtCenter’s chair of transportation design; Tim Huntzinger, professor in graduate transportation systems and design; Tim Brewer, a faculty member and an inventor of the first mouse scroll wheel; Di Bao is a Chinese national specializing in interiors; Akash Chudasama, a recent grad student with an aerospace engineering degree; and Garrett DeBry, who would become their designer of record.

The group tried to come up with a design that put a big emphasize on the user experience, as Apple would.

The shape was selected to maximize volume for passengers. Envisioning a shared use case, the car features a center divider that offers some privacy for occupants. There's also a huge door that opens up on the on side of the vehicle. On the inside, there is a large wrap around display and an augmented reality windshield.

You can check out photos and a video discussing the design below. Let us know what you think in the comments. Would Apple ever make a car that looks like this?



Motor Trends Apple Car Concept [Video]

Motor Trends Apple Car Concept [Video]

Motor Trends Apple Car Concept [Video]

Motor Trends Apple Car Concept [Video]

Motor Trends Apple Car Concept [Video]

Motor Trends Apple Car Concept [Video]
Dffuckoff - April 17, 2016 at 1:53am
My nana's wardrobe it looks similar :)) ... Just need to stick it up one of my Apple stickers :))))))
Tony - April 15, 2016 at 3:24am
What a joke!! Why would Apple ever build something that looks like that ?
dded32 - April 14, 2016 at 10:35pm
OMG that's Fugly ......... and I thought my parent's Tesla was ugly !
Chris - April 14, 2016 at 7:04pm
That's an ugly body. But I do like how it reminds me of an iPhone.
Dffuckoff - April 17, 2016 at 1:54am
3g / 3gs ?
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