Apple now has 55 self-driving cars testing in California
Apple now has 55 self-driving cars testing The California Department of Motor Vehicles affirms that Apple has 55 self-driving vehicles and 83 drivers allowed to test on the state's streets.
Apple had around 45 self-driving vehicles in January.
Apple hasn't yet connected for a different driverless testing license that would take into consideration testing without a man in the auto. The California DMV started issuing that kind of allow in April.
Apple shares are down 0.2% to $188.26.
Today, the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has confirmed (via macReports) that Apple now has 55 vehicles and 83 drivers permitted to test autonomous vehicles.
One important thing to note here is that Apple has yet to apply for a separate driverless testing permit, which would allow the company to test autonomous vehicles without a person in the car. The California DMV has began issuing driverless permits in April of this year.
To put this into perspective, Apple had roughly 45 self driving vehicles back in January of this year. Apple’s self-driving efforts have been somewhat confusing over the past year or so, with most rumors suggesting that Apple will build its autonomous software/hardware suite
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