One of the primary arguments Apple Car doubters have is that Apple doesn’t have the manufacturing expertise of major automakers to enter the industry. A new report seems to back up those concerns, and says Apple has hit “roadblocks” on its attempt to develop the highly rumored Apple Car.
AppleInsider said Tuesday that the team behind “Project Titan,” the internal name for the Apple Car, isn’t sure how to move forward on its goal to start building the car within 5 years. The team may tap a company such as BMW, the news outlet said, and may even consider using the i3 design (pictured below) as the foundation for the self-driving Apple Car.
AppleInsider suggested that this road block is by no means an end to the project and that Apple is actually considering a huge chunk of property it just purchased in San José to move forward. It just may no longer move forward alone.