Kranz led the event of BMW’s i3, an electrical car that debuted in 2013 and has a carbon fiber body, an uncommon characteristic for a car that is not an particularly costly, high-end car. He left BMW in 2016.
Apple, which is notoriously secretive, hasn’t publicly acknowledged its efforts to develop electrical and autonomous automobiles, and the corporate declined to remark for this story, other than confirming Kranz’s rent. But there are numerous indications that Apple is fascinated with rethinking the car.
Apple’s “special projects group” is led by Vice President Doug Field, who beforehand labored at Tesla, Ford, and was the lead engineer for the Segway.
Apple didn’t touch upon Musk’s declare on the time.