Apple uses BMW and Faraday Future exec to the EV team
Apple has hired former BMW boss Ulrich Kranz to join the automotive industry. Bloomberg confirmed the news on Thursday, knowing that he had joined the big company a few weeks ago. Kranz spent 30 years at BMW, eventually leading the team that formed it i3, the first electric motor vehicle. After leaving BMW in 2017, Kranz joined Faraday Future, the same year the first launch of EV began serious financial problems. Just four months later, Kranz left Faraday to find the upcoming Canoo company. $ 33,000 MPDV1 audio from. Surprisingly, Apple says enjoyed the idea of buying from 2020.
Pa Kranz’s Connect, left Canoo in April. Bloomberg suggests that hiring is an “obvious sign” that Apple is planning to develop an automated electric car. According to the store, Kranz’s boss and Doug Field, a former Tesla executive who led the manufacturers of the machines Example 3 development team. Apple’s rumors about Project Titan have begun to decline over the years. He believes Apple started operating the electric car sometime in 2014, but not until restart the work in 2016 after removing the “tens” of workers. In 2019, the company released another 190 employees from the same group. During that time, the size of the project is changed several times. But even if I get hired here, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman says the implementation is at least five years old.
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