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Why The Apple Car Is A Threat To Elon Musk

The electric vehicle revolution is alive and well. Every year more and more ev’s are hitting the road at both lower and higher prices with battery lives that are able to withstand long cross country drives with charging times that are much more conducive to a normal person’s schedule. These updates quell a lot of fears many have over these type of cars.

At the forefront of this revolution is Elon Musk and his legendary company Tesla Motors. He is the man who made the electric car cool and has done more than anyone else living to make these the vehicle of the future. It has long been predicted that Musk is destined to change the industry forever. But there is a chance that he may not fulfill his destiny.

Apple has been rumored to be entering the EV game for years. Evidently Steve Jobs once dreamed of chasing after Tesla’s legacy. Now Tim Cook seems to be making good on that dream. Not only does this look like the best EV on the market but it may also conquer one of Tesla’s biggest hurdles, autonomous driving. If the Apple car, codename project Titan, is able to not only outperform Tesla’s finest but is able to drive itself then there’s no chance Elon will fulfill his destiny.

They aren’t the only ones in the game. 2022 is a year where new electric cars are coming in at an alarming rate. Some a lot faster than you’d expect.

So why is Elon Musk so afraid? Only one way to find out.

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Written by: Jordan Phillips
Narrated by: Jordan Phillips
Edited by: Adriano Canella

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00:00 Intro
00:20 What is the Apple car?
03:52 Apple Vs. Tesla
08:28 Elon’s Fears
12:45 Project Titan
15:37 The Other Competitors
17:13 Outro

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