QCraft launched a robobus project in the eastern city of Wuxi on Oct. 23. TechNode got a look at the driverless future with a ride on one of its buses.
Pony.ai’s goal is to provide consistently comfortable and reliable rides for all rather than monetizing these early technologies.
Automakers in China is struggling to regain the momentum lost during a citywide lockdown in Shanghai that began in late March.
Nickel price surge could further increase the cost of electric vehicles and force automakers to cut earnings forecasts.
The outbreak has offered makers of delivery robots an unprecedented opportunity to put their technology through its paces.
There could be more consequences to come as Nio is in advanced plans to enter the competitive mass auto market.
Beijing took a significant step forward in April 2018, issuing its first national guidelines that allow cities in China to test self-driving cars on their roads.
While Chinese companies won’t be the first to deliver road-ready lidar systems, they could be the first to do it at a practical price.
Big auto and big tech announced EVs at Auto Shanghai 2021, putting pressure on young EV upstarts.
WeRide focuses on making driverless ride-hailing a viable business by meeting the challenges of commercialization.