Voyah, an electric vehicle brand launched by Chinese automaker Dongfeng Motor Group, on August 19 unveiled a redesigned Free crossover with a RMB 266,900 ($36,532) starting price, almost 15% lower than that of the previous version launched back in early 2021. The plug-in hybrid SUV is all-wheel drive, comes with air suspension, and has a driving range of 210 kilometers (130 miles) in all-electric mode and 1,201 km on a full tank plus full charge. In addition, the all-new five-seater is the first mass-production model equipped with Baidu’s Apollo Highway Driving Pro system, a feature similar to Tesla’s navigate on autopilot (NOA) that allows autonomous lane changes on highways. The state-owned automaker has also introduced a way for customers to subscribe to Baidu’s more advanced Apollo City Driving Max for unassisted driving on Chinese urban roads for RMB 25,000 permanently or RMB 600 a month. [Caixin, in Chinese]