We'll Have to Wait Longer for That Apple Car Than We ThoughtAngela Chen7/22/16 7:20amFiled to: apple carautonomous cars173EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink Apple never officially confirmed that it’s building a self-driving car, but even so it seems that the launch of this “secret” project has been delayed by two years. Advertisement The Apple Car, also called “Project Titan,” is now expected to become available in 2021 instead of the original 2019 date, according to The Information. This isn’t too surprising, given that the exec in charge of the project left back in January. The delay is the latest in the “will they or won’t they” guessing. First, nobody was even sure the thing even existed, but reports from a year ago seemed to confirm that Apple was at least meeting with the right people for the rumor to be a reality. A couple months later, we first heard the 2019 ship date, and speculation has been pretty strong ever since, from an analyst predicting the car could cost $75,000 to Elon Musk throwing some shade by calling it a “missed opportunity.” (Musk himself has big plans for the auto industry, having just released his new “master plan.”) Advertisement Apple’s car is probably still on the way, it’s just far less sure how soon it’ll be, or whether someone else will get there first. [The Information via Business Insider, Wall Street Journal]Angela Chenangela.firstname.lastname@example.org@chengelaAngela Chen is the morning editor at Gizmodo.