Baidu said on Monday it plans to add as many as 200 tailor-made all-electric crossovers to its growing fleet of self-driving vehicles for ride-hailing services in China in 2023. The tech giant has given more than 1.4 million rides with around 500 vehicles as of September, since the public launch of its autonomous taxi service in August 2021. Most of Baidu’s robotaxis are made in collaboration with state-owned automakers FAW and BAIC, while the search engine company is also aiming for delivery of its first consumer car with partner Geely in the second half of 2023. [Baidu announcement, in Chinese]