“Buzz around Apple’s potential foray into the auto world has a lot of investors, such as Kevin O’Leary, really excited,” Reem Nasr reports for CNBC. “The O’Leary Financial Group chairman and ‘Shark Tank’ investor told CNBC‘s ‘Squawk Alley’ on Tuesday, ‘That’s interesting to me because I think that car can exist within the next five years.'”

“‘I like it as an investor because you’ve captured me for an hour and a half of the day in a car that you control the ecosystem in,’ he said. ‘That is a story I would like to hear Apple tell,'” Nasr reports. “‘I think there is a place for that in Apple’s world,’ he added.”

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