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It’s only a matter of time before Apple officially unveils their self-driving car project, but just this week, one of their test vehicles was spotted in the wild with 6 Velodyne LIDAR sensors, multiple radar units, and a host of cameras. This clip was captured by MacCallister Higgins, who just so happens to be the co-founder of self-driving startup Voyage. Continue reading for the video and more information.
Going to need more than 140 characters to go over ‘s Project Titan. I call it “The Thing” pic.twitter.com/sLDJd7iYSa
— MacCallister Higgins (@macjshiggins) October 17, 2017
“Earlier this year, Apple caused a stir when it applied for and received a permit to test autonomous vehicles on public roads in California. We do know, from various reports that Apple has ditched its ambitions to build an entirely new vehicle from scratch and has instead shifted focused to building autonomous software it could develop for existing carmakers,” reports The Verge.