There is a number of reports revolving around that tech giant Apple soon launching its first-ever Apple electric car, which will come with advanced features.
As per reports, the tech giant new electric car might arrive with infrared headlights to provide improved visibility.
The Cupertino-based firm is working on infrared headlights to offer improved visibility to the driver by as much as three times compared to conventional headlights.
Moreover, the company also wants to make such types of cars that able to see in total darkness, and by extension, detect obstacles, hazards, and other hurdles on the road.
Its visibility system would use visible light, near-infrared (NIR), and longwave infrared (LWIR) sensors as well to greatly improve visibility in low light scenarios.
Earlier, there are multiple reports coming that American tech giant Apple is making its own cars with the help of production partners Hyundai and KIA, but a few months later Hyundai and KIA confirmed the news that they are now not in a partnership with Apple.
The main reason for the partnership is over the automotive manufacturer’s US-based firms and reports even had a supposed 3.6 billion US Dollar investment in the ‘talks.’ But now, Hyundai and Kia have confirmed that the companies are not in talks with Apple regarding its Apple Car production. Both firms stated that they “have been talking with multiple companies about autonomous electric car development,” but have not made any confirmations so far.