A stated by The Guardian:
“Apple is building a self-driving car in Silicon Valley, and is scouting for secure locations in the San Francisco Bay area to test it, the Guardian has learned. Documents show the oft-rumoured Apple car project appears to be further along than many suspected.”
Apple declined to comment on it, but there moves definitely reflect that they’re moving forward to test self-driven cars. Moreover, in recent months, Apple CEO, Tim Cook held a series of meeting with car executives.
Also, engineers from Apple met with the officials from GoMentum Station. It is said that a 2,100-acre former naval base near San Francisco is being turned into a high-security testing ground for autonomous vehicles. That said, it is considered as the largest secure test facility in the world.
Apple was also in the news for recruiting automotive experts to hire engineers from Tesla Motors and Mercedes-Benz. Power experts from electric car battery maker A123 Systems were also hired.
Therefore, these things itself say that the rumor for Apple’s self-driven car manufacturing is true, but we may have to wait longer for its official launch.