Elon Musk promised 1,500 Tesla Model 3 cars by the end of September. That time has come and gone as the company has fallen short of their output expectations, leaving them with a steep hill to climb.
A significant number of people has cancelled pre-orders for Tesla's Model 3 EV. However, that's a small drop in the bucket, according to the company's CEO, as demand is still outstripping supply.
The car manufacturer together with the US' second largest ride sharing service are looking to get an edge over rivals by testing out the biggest fleet of autonomous vehicles ever, starting next year.
Apple's self-driving car appears to be moving right along, with a new report claiming that the company is seeking a secret location to test their ongoing automotive development efforts.
Apple is reportedly working on a car project, codenamed Titan. And ever since this came to light months ago, the company has continued to hire top talent from the US and Europe.
Apple is being sued by A123 for poaching some of its most important engineers, which seemingly violates their non-compete clause. The engineers are helping Apple build a large battery division.
After some earlier rumors surrounding Apple's car project, we now have a trustworthy report which says the company is working on an electric vehicle and is indeed looking to compete with Tesla.