Apple's secretive Project Titan has kicked things up a notch with the news that they've just hired one of the industry's veteran manufacturing executives. The Wall Street Journal reported that Chrysler's senior vice president, Doug Betts, has been snatched up by the global technology conglomerate to help push the Apple Car to market. Although it hasn't been officially confirmed by Apple, some snooping around Betts' LinkedIn page shows that he started working in Apple's operations department in July.
And that's not the only new hire in the company, autonomous vehicle researcher Paul Furgate has been hired and is seeking out a team of employees with robotics experience.
Whatever progress Apple are making on an automobile, it seems unlikely anything will be revealed until around 2020, but stay tuned for more developments.