Apple’s electric car development will be handled by a Lamborghini native with 20 years of experience

“Unfinished car construction” Apple, according to some reports, is expected to be realized by 2025 in the form of an electric car without conventional controls that will be able to carry passengers automatically. The company’s diverse team of professionals working on this initiative was recently joined by an industry veteran with 20 years of experience at Lamborghini.

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According to Bloomberg, Luigi Taraborelli, who recently led chassis development and improved the handling performance of the famous brand’s supercars, has moved from the Italian company to Apple. With the direct participation of this specialist, the Urus, Huracan and Aventador models were created, as well as the small-scale versions of these supercars. At Apple, Luigi Taraborelli looks set to lead the way in improving driving performance if he is to retain the specialization in his new workplace.

As Bloomberg explains, hundreds of former experts from Tesla, Rivian, Waymo, Volvo, Mercedes-Benz are already working under Apple, and Tesla, McLaren, Porsche and Aston Martin people are ready to design future cars for the brand. At the same time, Apple has to deal with high employee turnover in this industry. For example, in 2018, Doug Field, who rose through the ranks of the auto industry, left Tesla but recently left Apple for a job at Ford Motor.

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