Huawei confirmed that Su Jing, a key figure in its intelligent driving product division, had left the company.
Rino.ai, an unmanned delivery company, announced on Thursday that it had completed a Pre A + round of financing and raised 50 million yuan ($7.84 million) in the deal.
Wang Jun, Chief Operating Officer of Huawei's Smart Car Solution BU, on Tuesday said that the firm's Smart Car Solution Innovation Center has now been finished and put into use.
On Wednesday, lidar firm Hesai Technology and Youdao Zhitu, a commercial vehicle intelligent driving company owned by SAIC Motor, announced a new strategic cooperation agreement.
Wanda Group, a Chinese multinational conglomerate headquartered in Beijing, established Wanda Automobile Technology Co., Ltd. with a registered capital of 100 million yuan ($15.65 million).
China's well-known automated driving company Pony.ai is reportedly at a standstill in its plans to build passenger cars. The firm later denied this news.
On October 28, Chinese technology firm Baidu showcased its 5th generation robotaxi fleet, Apollo Moon, at an open house event in Beijing’s Shougang Industrial Park.
Chinese autonomous driving solutions provider JIMU Intelligent on Thursday announced the completion of a C1 round of financing totaling 200 million yuan ($31.26 million).
The overall style of this model is very similar to that of BYD Han, which still uses Dragon Claw tail lights.
On Thursday, Chinese autonomous driving company White Rhino, announced that it had secured nearly $10 million in Pre-A financing led by Linear Capital.
Chinese search giant and AI company Baidu has obtained permission from authorities to charge users for rides using its autonomous vehicles in Cangzhou, Hebei province.
In last week’s China VC news, Moore Threads raked in a mind-boggling pre-A round just 100 days after its founding, ECARX raised $200 million and Ocean Link secured commitments for a new fund.
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Guangzhou-based L4 autonomous driving company WeRide on Sept. 10 launched autonomous driving services in villages in the city in Guangzhou, which is currently in the road test stage.
Baidu offers trial service of robotaxi in Changsha, Beijing and Cangzhou, stepping up its game for autonomous driving alongside domestic players AutoX and DiDi Chuxing, as well as US car maker Waymo and Tesla.