Shanghai’s municipal government hopes that the city’s output of vehicles with advanced driver assistance (Level 2) or conditional autonomous driving (Level 3) capabilities can reach more than 70% of new vehicle production in 2025, according to a planning document on intelligent and connected vehicles released on Monday. L3 autonomy conditionally allows drivers to take their eyes off the road and hands off the wheel but still requires human intervention in emergencies, according to a rating from the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE). [Yicai, in Chinese]