Apple has chosen Kevin Lynch to be the new cheif of their confidential self-driving car project. According to the Bloomberg report, the Kevin was appointed after the previous leader-Doug Field, left for Ford Motor Co.

According to people familiar with the situation, Lynch, an Adobe Inc. veteran who joined Apple in 2013, has taken charge as the manager of the car work.

The executive began working on the project earlier this year when he took over teams responsible for the underlying software. According to some unidentified sources, he now oversees the entire group, which includes hardware engineering and work on self-driving car sensors.

The change is the latest upheaval in the project’s turbulent history. Since Apple announced its plan to develop a self-driving car, the project has seen management turnover, engineer layoffs, and strategy shifts – all while remaining shrouded in secrecy.

Lynch rose to prominence at Apple as a vice president of the era, where he developed the watch OS software program. He is also the manager of the development of fitness apps for iPhones and apps for research. He remains to provide to Apple’s Watch and fitness software program efforts. However, he has been less engaged in their development in recent months.

The autonomous vehicle market is one of the fastest-growing markets. It appears that the driverless car market will reach USD 61. 93 billion by 2026. Earlier this month at the IAA Mobility Conference Volkswagen and Argo AI debuted their First Self-Driving Test Vehicle – ID. BUZZ. Similarly, Intel Mobileye has unveiled its RoboTaxi and Autonomous Electric Shuttle Service.

According to Bloomberg, Lynch joined the division earlier this year but now oversees the entire unit. Lynch’s appointment indicates that Apple is likely focusing on the underlying software that a self-driving car would require to navigate the road, rather than a vehicle that we could see the company release anytime soon.