BYD will use Nvidia’s automotive-grade computer chips to power advanced driver assistance systems and provide in-car digital services across multiple models, the companies announced Tuesday. The Chinese automaker’s next-generation Dynasty and Ocean lineups will be built on Nvidia’s end-to-end Drive Orin platform, which is capable of performing over 254 trillion operations per second (TOPS), higher than Tesla’s full-self-driving computer, which runs at 144 TOPS. On Jan. 4, China’s top electric vehicle maker said it had collaborated with the US chipmaker on cloud gaming, allowing owners to stream popular gaming titles in their cars powered by Nvidia’s technology. Multiple Chinese automakers, including SAIC, Nio, and Xpeng Motors, have also included Nvidia’s automated driving programs. [Nvidia release]