Do not drink and drive. If you let the car drive itself after drinking, is it still considered drunk driving? To state the conclusion first, it is still considered so in China at this stage. According to media reports, recently, traffic police set up a checkpoint on Liangjiang Avenue in Chongqing, China. A Li Auto […]
On August 9th, Shenzhen, China - BYD, the world’s leading manufacturer of new energy vehicles and power batteries, rolled off its 5 millionth new energy vehicle (NEV), a DENZA N7, on August 9th, making it the first automaker in the world to achieve this milestone.
On August 9th, BYD's Destroyer 05 Champion Edition added a new luxury model priced at ¥119,800 ($16,700) with a range of 120km. I
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On July 5th, the supplier revealed the latest progress on Xiaomi's first car, stating that the quotation process has been completed.
On June 19th, Li Auto's official WeChat account "You Ge Li Xiang" released an article introducing the company's development in the field of AI large language models. Chen Wei, head of Li Auto's spatial algorithm team, stated: "We had already started training for the entire large language model before ChatGPT was introduced.
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On May 4th, BYD released the exterior image of the 2023 Song Pro DM-i. The new car is officially named the Song Pro DM-i Champion Edition and may be officially launched in the second quarter, with an expected price of around ¥150,000 RMB (about $22,000 USD).
On May 3rd, a netizen posted a video claiming that while using the XPeng G9's automatic navigation assisted driving function, the assisted driving system turned right to avoid a large vehicle in front but did not return to its original direction afterwards. The owner then took over and quickly turned the steering wheel to avoid an accident.
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BYD's net profit in Q1 increased fourfold owing to the growth in car sales.
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MW MINI booth at Auto Shanghai refused to give Chinese visitors ice cream. BMW responded by saying that "this was a misunderstanding and that they are currently handling the matter. "
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On March 31st, Huawei's founder and chairman Ren Zhengfei issued a signed statement reiterating that "Huawei does not make cars" with an effective period of five years.
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On the evening of November 8, Chinese automaker BYD unveiled a new high-end vehicle brand called Yangwang. Three days later, several automobile patents applied for by BYD were made public, revealing the possible design of these future premium off-road vehicles.
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Two spy photos of BYD’s new sports car were taken in a BYD industrial park. The vehicle was tightly wrapped with camouflage stickers while compared to the BYD Qin that appears next to the new model, this vehicle appears to be a lot closer to the ground.