WSJ: Apple Hires Auto Industry Manufacturing Veteran

Rumours that Apple is working on an electric car to rival Telsa has been circulating since the  being of the year. Today, the Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple had hired Doug Betts, of the auto industry’s veteran manufacturing executives, signals that its efforts to develop an electric car could be gaining ground.

“Doug Betts formerly worked at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV until last year, is now at Apple with his job title describes as “Operations – Apple Inc.”
Earlier this year, Apple hired Paul Furgale a well-regarded autonomous vehicle researcher in Switzerland, and has begun recruiting other robotics and machine vision experts to work on a confidential project,” according to the report.

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