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Apple is Trying to Launch a Self-Driving Electric Car in 2024

Apple is trying to create a self-driving electric car in 2024. There are claims they will have breakthrough battery technology. Apple’s electric car effort is called Project Titan and the effort started in 2014. Apple has a monocell battery design. This design allows for more space inside the battery pack. It eliminates pouches and modules. Tesla does not have pouches and Tesla Battery Day plan is to remove modules. Apple’s monocell means more active material can be packed inside the battery. Apple is looking at LFP (lithium iron phosphate) batteries. These are the batteries used for Made in China Tesla

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