Apple looks to rope in South Korean parts makers for Apple cars


The Cupertino-based company is expected to complete the selection of an Apple Car supplier within this year, and start its full-scale development.

Apple is secretly looking for South Korean parts makers to supply components for the Apple car, Patently Apple reported.

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The business related to Apple Car is being done under the surface. If the information is leaked by a company, then it may be removed from the supplier candidate, the portal noted.

The Cupertino-based company is expected to complete the selection of an Apple Car supplier within this year, and start its full-scale development. Apple is highly interested in South Korean companies in the field of its core parts.

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Apple staff members visited South Korea last month and met with several domestic parts manufacturers. It discussed batteries for electric vehicles with LG and SK and is showing great interest in electronic parts companies that have experience in mass production, according to Patently Apple.



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