Zhong Yilin, vice president of BYD's automotive engineering research institute, said that the sales volume and penetration rate of intelligent vehicles on L2 and above in China increased rapidly, which was 24.5 times higher than that in 2017.
Chinese automaker BYD announced on October 22 that its Frigate 07 model officially rolled off of the mass production line and will be priced between 220,000 yuan to 280,000 yuan ($30,290 - $38,551).
Chinese automotive maker XPeng Motors announced that the launch event of its medium and large SUV G9 is scheduled for September 21.
On August 29, Chinese automaker Changan Automobile released its new brand Zhuge Intelligence, and unveiled the brand's first vehicle model, the concept car CD701.
Chinese EV maker NETA Auto has added two new vehicle models to its V series, namely the Chao 300 Industry Customized Edition and the Chao 400 Industry Customized Edition.
On July 25, news emerged that Chinese auto giant GAC Group is now developing flying cars. This represents an important measure for the transformation of GAC as a traditional car company.
Stellantis, a multinational automotive manufacturer, announced on July 18 that the company will adopt an asset-light approach to develop its Jeep brand in China.
Hozon Auto's subsidiary EV brand NETA Auto held a press briefing at its Beijing Design Center on Monday, during which it unveiled its own intelligent driving system, TA Pilot.
Huawei announced new personnel appointments for its Intelligent Automotive Solution Business Unit (IAS BU), showing position changes for several senior executives.
Chinese Internet behemoth Baidu today announced its plan to partner with auto manufacturer Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, establishing a company that will produce intelligent electric vehicles (EV).