Apple’s new campus would not be big enough for the company to prove its alleged electric vehicle.
Apple, Google and a handful of companies that are working in the manufacture of autonomous or electric cars are looking for large proportions of land around the bay from San Francisco to settle there its research and development and testing, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Victor Coleman, chief executive of the company’s real estate Hudson Pacific Properties Inc. was responsible for giving the keys to the high demand that exists around San Francisco in a call with investors in which, according to the source, he said “we are seeing the Toyota the world, Teslas the world, BMW, Mercedes and even Ford looking for spaces and I have not mentioned the 400,000 square feet that Google is looking or 800,000 square feet that want Apple to project cars.” he said.
While seeking spaces Google or Apple are great, the source ensures that car factories tend to be much larger. For example Fremont plant Tesla has 5.3 million square feet. You can also take as a reference the new headquarters of Apple – under construction – and has 2.8 million square feet, while the Google slashing 4.8 million square feet, not counting all the spaces rented or purchased around of its main buildings.
Hudson Pacific Properties Inc. is one of the largest landowners in the area, with offices in Silicon Valley and San Francisco. Coleman made his remarks when he explained to investors that despite concerns about the health of the technology sector remains a growing interest in the areas surrounding San Francisco.
Although we know the autonomous car project Google little is known about Apple. Dubbed Project Titan, CEO own Tesla, Elon Musk, is one of those who has confirmed that the Cupertino company working on a project of electric vehicles, especially based on all employees that the company run by Tim Cook would you allegedly stolen in recent times to shape his team.