Avatr, a Chinese electric vehicle brand established by Huawei, CATL, and Changan Automobile, launched its first electric sedan on Nov. 10. Priced between RMB 300,800 and RMB 400,800 ($41,240-$54,950), the Avatr 12 is set for delivery in December. Boasting three lidar sensors and Huawei’s latest Advanced Driving System, the sedan, according to Richard Yu, Huawei’s consumer business group chief executive, can detect and identify 99.9% of objects, when navigating major Chinese city streets. The sports sedan features Huawei’s HarmonyOS 4, an alternative to Google’s Android operating system, and includes innovative elements like a camera-based digital rear-view mirror system, providing a monitor view of the vehicle’s rear in the cabin. With a driving range exceeding 700 kilometers (435 miles), the five-seater can cover an additional 350 km on a 20-minute fast charge, utilizing CATL’s 94.5-kilowatt-hour battery pack. [Jiemian, in Chinese]