Apple has reportedly scaled back the debut of its self-driving electric car, pushing back the car’s target release date until 2026.
Citing people familiar with the matter, Bloomberg reported on Monday that the project, known as Project Titan, has been stalled for the past few months.
Apple is now planning a “less ambitious design” that would include a steering wheel and pedals and only support full self-driving on highways, sources told the outlet.
Furthermore, Bloomberg stated, Tech giant plans to develop a car It lets drivers perform other tasks on the highway and promptly alerts them to switch to manual control when they hit city streets or encounter inclement weather.
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The company is said to have discussed rolling out the feature in North America and then elsewhere over time.
Bloomberg added that Apple aims to sell consumer models for less than $100,000 and is exploring the idea of a remote command center and its own insurance plan.
Features will be set up by the end of 2024 and then tested in 2025.
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In 2021, a previous Bloomberg report said Apple has been pushing to launch its electric car, ideally without a steering wheel and pedals, as early as 2025.
In 2020, Reuters said Apple was aiming to produce the car in 2024.
Apple shares fell 2.4 percent after the report.
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Apple did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment on the matter.
Reuters contributed to this report.