The media said that one of Apple’s Self driving vehicles was involved in an accident during a test drive in California, and there was slight damage in the accident.
According to a report filed by Apple with the California Department of Motor Vehicles this week, Apple’s autonomous car had crashed for the first time in Sunnyvale a week ago.
However, it does not seem that the software was in error due to collision because the software was intact.
Apple is currently testing the number of Lexus SUVs in California.
According to the accident details, the vehicle was in autonomous mode at that time.
The apple car carrying special equipment and sensors was hit by a Nissan car from the back.
It has been said in the report that both the cars were damaged but no injuries were caused to the car passengers.
Apple has approximately 45 test racks of self-driving vehicles in Apple.
The company has partnered with Volkswagen to help create the self driving staff shuttle fleet for the Cupertino campus.
Self driving cars are worried as the best bet for safe future travel, however, some of the fatal accidents are included. On March 18, an Arizona woman was murdered by an Uber self driving car.
Five days later, after the highway obstruction in California, Tesla Model X died and the fire took place in possession.
In 2016, Tesla was killed in a collision with a truck in the possession of Tesla on his autopilot system in Florida.