AutoX, an autonomous driving company, announced on Wednesday that its fully driverless RoboTaxi fleet has exceeded 1,000 units, making it the largest in China and the world.
AutoX, an autonomous driving firm, announced on Friday that it has been testing its RoboTaxi operations in the top four cities in China. It has now expanded its largest Robotaxi operations zones to be over 1000 km².
Alibaba-backed autonomous driving firm AutoX now operates China’s largest service area for fully driverless Robotaxis, spanning 65 square miles of Shenzhen, China’s leading tech hub located in the southern province of Guangdong.
AutoX released a new video on Monday showcasing how its fully driverless robotaxis handle the rush hour conditions of China’s “urban villages” in the autonomous driving challenge.
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.
Commuters in Shenzhen will now be able to test out AutoX’s fleet of fully driverless vehicles in a robotaxi pilot program, marking another milestone for the autonomous driving startup.
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.
AutoX announced early this morning that its RoboTaxi ride-hailing service is now open to the general public for the first time since the company began rolling out a fleet of 100 RoboTaxis.
AutoX announced on July 17 at a press conference that it was granted a driverless permit by the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV).