Apple provides two former Mercedes engineers to the Particular Tasks Group, probably for the Apple Automotive

Apple adds two former Mercedes engineers to the Special Projects Group, likely for the Apple Car

There was a time, not so way back, the place the rumor mill was devoted to doling out info concerning Mission Titan. Not all of it was excellent news. Nonetheless, the final consensus on the time was Apple hadn’t given up on its Apple Automotive. And right here we’re with one more signal that’s the case.

As first reported as we speak by MacRumors, Apple has introduced on a pair of engineers to affix the corporate’s Particular Tasks Group. Each of those engineers have beforehand labored with the auto producer Mercedes, which leans into hypothesis that they’re meant to affix the Mission Titan crew.

The unique report says Dr. Anton Uselmann is the “main new rent,” and up till August of this 12 months labored for Mercedes as a improvement engineer for the corporate’s steering programs. Now, at Apple, which he joined in September of this 12 months, he’s a product design engineer. Dr. Uselmann has additionally labored at Porsche up to now.

The unique report notes {that a} “second engineer who beforehand labored at Mercedes” has additionally joined Apple’s ranks lately as effectively.

Because it stands proper now, there isn’t a lot identified about Mission Titan or the Apple Automotive. It has remained one in every of Apple’s most secretive endeavors up to now, and, surprisingly, not rather a lot has leaked out. We did simply report lately that Apple has gone round to suppliers to safe manufacturing elements for a begin in 2024 for the Apple Automotive. Earlier than that, we heard that Apple’s VP of Know-how, Kevin Lynch –most generally identified for engaged on the Apple Watch– had joined the Mission Titan crew as effectively.

So whereas we don’t know rather a lot, the rumors and the stories refuse to die down. So, all eyes are on the long run the place there’s a actual chance we get to see a working car with Apple’s emblem on it.

The query, although, is: will that Apple emblem glow?

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