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CnEVPost Newsletter: Li Auto ditches Mobileye, BMW recalls 6,636 iX3 EVs, and more
Analysts explain why Li Auto ditches Mobileye in favor of local self-driving chip - CnEVPost — cnevpost.com Mobileye's ecosystem is more closed and a local chip can provide Li Auto with a greater control.
XPeng's P5 is the next killer model in China's booming EV space - CnEVPost Although P5 may push the company's profitability down, the P5 model is well designed to increase XPeng's brand influence in China's EV market.
BMW recalls 6,636 iX3 EVs in China due to software design issues - CnEVPost BMW had hoped to use the iX3 to challenge Tesla and new car makers, including NIO, in the Chinese market.
Global automakers set up data facilities in China to meet compliance requirements - CnEVPost BMW, Daimler and Ford have all set up facilities in China to store data generated locally by their vehicles.
Huawei applies for patent that enables wireless charging of vehicles - CnEVPost As China's new energy vehicle industry grows rapidly, so does the amount of innovation that is being hatched.
Lenovo resists temptation as group of Chinese firms jump on car-making bandwagon - CnEVPost Lenovo is determined not to build cars and will put limited resources and energy on the track that has been clearly defined.
Sodium-ion batteries expected to find their place in energy storage - CnEVPost Lithium-ion batteries are still the mainstream technology route for power batteries, and the application scenarios for sodium-ion batteries may mainly focus on energy storage, low-speed new energy vehicles, and small power fields.
Shenzhen to allow driverless cars on public roads - CnEVPost The southern Chinese mega-city Shenzhen is expected to make driverless cars legally available for driving on public roads in the near future.
Swiss charger maker sets up subsidiary in Hangzhou to expand its footprint in China - CnEVPost The rapid growth of China's electric vehicle industry has opened up opportunities for many foreign companies.