Apple Car is already more interesting than Tesla cars

A new survey from Strategic Vision asked 200,000 car owners which brand they would seriously consider buying a new car. Japanese manufacturer Toyota tops the list with 38% of responses, followed by Honda with 32%. The big surprise is Apple, which comes in third with 26% of the panel. Ford is in fourth place with 21%, followed by Tesla with 20%.

Cupertino has never confirmed that he is working on the car. But the numerous patents filed in the United States and the hiring of specialists in this matter have already betrayed her ambitions in the past. However, at the moment it is very difficult to say exactly when such a product could be released by Apple.

“Quality Impression”

In this study, Apple also ranks first in the list of brands surveyed by consumers “like[nt]” the most. A number that is not surprising, since we know that the company already regularly takes first place in the rankings of smartphone manufacturers that receive the best reviews from users.

Moreover, we note that half of Tesla owners would be willing to invest in an Apple Car when it comes out. The public is particularly concerned that it has already been immersed in smart interfaces: with his iPhone, you can unlock Elon Musk’s cars with a single click. However, there is no CarPlay up front, but there is a large seventeen-inch screen.


The only negative for Apple Car: 34% of respondents still don’t know enough about the beast, precisely because Tim Cook’s teams keep the secret of developing this program as best as possible. It is assumed that she, too, has lagged behind in recent months, not to mention the ruins of profile employees.

In all likelihood, the Apple Car will have unique features that work hand in hand with other Apple devices. This is one of the most important moonshots (secret projects) of the company founded by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, along with a virtual reality headset and connected glasses. is the official app of

Author: Keleops AG

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