Vanarama’s Apple Car Concept Uses the Tech Giant’s Genuine Patents

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The Apple Car has been a topic of conversation for nearly a decade at this point, as countless concepts have been spread across forums like wildfire through the years. With very little confirmation as to what we can expect, the automotive experts at Vanarama have attempted to deliver the nearest render of what the eventual vehicle may actually look like.

Boasting a presentation vaguely similar to that of Tesla’s Cybertruck, the Apple Car’s futurist elements surely look to offer a bit more substance and utilization. Inspired by a variety of different patents that the tech giant has claimed over the years, Vanarama actually managed to implement them in their design. Beneath the Apple Car’s glass roof are its iPhone-inspired two-button door handles, a glowing grille akin to the one found on the Mac Pro, and a set of beautiful coach doors that make way into an awe-inspiring interior.  With Siri integrated into the steering wheel and a customizable, unbelievably wide dashboard display, this ride practically offers everything the new Macbook Pro does — and then some. Just as impressive are the car’s two front seats, both of which are capable of swiveling 180-degrees, implying that we should expect the Apple Car to offer a self-driving feature.

Apple’s automotive plans don’t seem like they’ll be coming to form in the very near future, but designs like this surely instill a bit of hope that it may be at least a bit sooner than we think. After years of setting the standard in tech, many are looking for them to do the same in an entirely new field — just don’t look for them to do it too soon.

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Photo: Vanarama
Photo: Vanarama
Photo: Vanarama