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Byton sticking with Q4 2019 SOP, FAW cooperation a “backup plan”

BEIJING – As Byton prepares for the global debut of its second model – a luxury sedan concept capable of L4 autonomous driving – coming up on June 12 at the Byton Night prior to the start of this year’s CES Asia in Shanghai, the primary focus remains to be

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Baidu and Sokon team up to begin volume production of L3 autonomous vehicles by 2020

CHONGQING – Baidu and Chongqing Sokon Industry Group Corp. signed a strategic collaboration framework agreement here on April 2 in the fields of autonomous driving, Internet of vehicle (IOV), cloud services and others. In the area of autonomous driving, the two partners aim to begin volume production of Level 3 autonomous

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The autonomous driving “China speed”

In earlier January, I traveled with ZF to CES 2018 in Las Vegas and 2018 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit. As different as they were – one showcased advanced technologies or technology concepts and the other showcased, well, simply new concepts and cars – the two events gave me

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Robin Wu: 95 percent of new vehicles sold globally by 2050 will have L4 autonomous driving

BEIJING – By 2050, 95 percent of the vehicles sold globally will have Level 4 autonomous driving capabilities and the rest will be Level 3 capable, predicted Robin Wu, vice president of Baidu. Wu made the comments at the 5th China-Korea Auto Industry Development Conference organized by SIC’s Department of Information

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See you in 2018 and 2019: AIWAYS’ first cars and next investment on their way

SHANGRAO, Jiangxi – Fu Qiang believes as long as AIWAYS remains conscientious and serious about building products and a company, production approval will come naturally. The co-founder and president of China’s latest smart EV startup made the comments at a media briefing here on September 29 on the sidelines of

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