Here’s what the first Apple Car could look like

Vanarama experts have created an interesting 3D model of the Apple Car, based on the main patents issued by Apple over the past few years.

The interactive concept shows both the exterior and interior design of the car, complete with notes explaining why certain elements were included. Given that this 3D model of the Apple Car it was made starting from Apple patents, it is a way to understand what the company’s design choices could be.

The design appears to be inspired by Tesla’s Cybertruck, albeit with more rounded corners. An aspect noteworthy and the postless design of the glass cover which includes windows, sunroof and windshield. A particular patent, specifically the number US10384519B1, shows that Apple has devised a way to build a car without the need for the chassis to extend beyond the doors, thanks to the use of different glass panels.

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The exterior of the car also uses adaptive doors from US10384519B1. Vanarama has taken the liberty of adding Apple flair, such as the Mac Pro-style mesh grille on the front, a white frame, and retractable door handles.

All’indoor, Vanarama modeled a large touch display that extends over the entire dashboard. Patent US20200214148A1 would allow Apple to integrate a seamless ultra-wide display. Experts took this continuous dashboard design, and then put in some Apple software optimized for a car. The system displays an information-filled and fully customizable dashboard, as well as a version of Siri that acts as a smart driving assistant.

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The dashboard shows a map, car info, temperature, a launcher for opening CarPlay-style apps, a section dedicated to Siri, multimedia controllers and much more. The steering wheel also has a display in the center, where the driver can view certain information on the fly.

Obviously, this concept is based only on Apple patents and not on rumors related to the design of the Apple Car, since at the moment nothing has been leaked even among the most famous leakers. Furthermore, the very first patents rarely reveal what a finished product will actually look like, but they give us an idea of ​​what indications Apple wants to follow also in terms of design.

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