Geely announced on Monday that it will roll out its new electric vehicle portfolio powered by Baidu’s ChatGPT-like chatbot, becoming the latest Chinese automaker to incorporate the artificial intelligence technology into their vehicles with the aim of smooth interaction between car owners and vehicle systems. A day earlier, Volvo’s parent company said that it will debut the first electric crossover, the L7, under its new Geely Galaxy portfolio on Feb. 23, targeting the country’s medium- to high-end price segments. Multiple domestic automakers, including Jidu, a joint venture between Baidu and Geely, Great Wall Motor, and FAW’s Hongqi brand have already committed to partnering with Baidu to embed the search giant’s chatbot service Ernie Bot into their in-car systems. [TechNode reporting, Securities Times, in Chinese]