Rumors about Apple’s upcoming electric vehicle (EV) have been making their way around internet communities for a few months now, and many are speculating as to what the car’s software design could be like.
On Monday, 9to5Mac shared graphic designer John Calkins’ rendering of a new Apple Car user interface concept, designed for a 15-inch center console display similar to Tesla’s Model 3 infotainment system.
The resulting design is sleek, and very on-brand for Apple, even though we likely won’t see an Apple Car in what many are saying a half-decade or longer.
In the design concept, Calkins laid out three separate sections of the display. From left-to-right, the concept design includes a minimal list of apps, then a column section with the driving visualizer and a quick access menu, and on the right half of the screen, the map and navigation information that you’d expect to see in a Tesla.
While the design is largely based on what Tesla’s UI looks like, it includes the added touch of Apple’s stylistic look and polish, giving it a cohesive feel with the rest of Apple’s products.
You can see Calkins’ full Apple Car UI concept design below:
Zachary Visconti is a writer with a knack for electric vehicles, technology, and climate change. Currently residing in Fort Collins, Colorado, Zach loves his partner, his cat, and a good cup of coffee.