Project Titan: Apple hires one of Ford’s top security specialists

How do we know that Apple is still developing a car? To his employment with automobile manufacturers. After Stuart Bowers and Jonathan Sive, two former employees of Tesla, and Ulrich Kranz of BMW, Apple has offered the talent of Desi Ujkashevic, who worked for more than thirty years at Ford.

Desi Ujkashevic’s profile is still online on Ford’s website.

Within the automotive group, she ended her career as general manager of engineering for safety, having overseen engineering for the interiors, exteriors, chassis and electrical components of numerous Ford models, such as the remember Bloomberg. Desi Ujkashevic has also been closely involved in the development of the manufacturer’s electric cars, and also took care of the legal aspects.

A rather interesting profile for Apple, which could possibly indicate that the design of its first vehicle is on the right track. However, this remains to be put into perspective, knowing the many turns taken by the Titan project in recent years. Kevin Lynch, the new driver of this enormous file, would push internally to launch a model without pedals or steering wheel – therefore completely autonomous – from 2025. A very optimistic window.

Apple car without pedals or steering wheel will be released in 2025, according to Bloomberg

Apple car without pedals or steering wheel will be released in 2025, according to Bloomberg

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