GAC and Huawei to develop a smart SUV
Tow of China’s most prominent companies – automaker GAC Group and technology giant Huawei – are to partner on a ‘smart SUV’ project with the aim of launching the vehicle into the market in 2023.
The companies say the vehicle will be a medium- to large-size, pure electric SUV, utilising ‘powerful and efficient technology, that will bring exciting new energy capabilities and Level 4 autonomous driving to buyers.’
The SUV and other future models will be based on GAC’s GEP.30 chassis platform and Huawei’s CCA (Computing and Communication Architecture), as well as being fully loaded with Huawei’s full-stack of intelligent vehicle solutions.
GAC Group says it is well-positioned to fully embrace the trend towards electric vehicles and is aiming to produce an entirely electrified line-up of vehicles by 2025.
14 September 2021