The deployment of autonomous vehicles on a familiar ride-hailing app might help Pony.ai get closer to making money from its pilot projects.
The release of China’s first guidelines for commercial services of robotaxis could establish a state framework for self-driving tech.
Baidu received the country’s first permit for commercial robotaxi services, a major milestone for Chinese self-driving car industry.
Xpeng is joining a long list of Chinese tech companies facing a challenging quarter with production cuts and profits squeezed.
There might be greater supply than demand in the Chinese EV market this year, UBS analyst Paul Gong said.
WeRide, the first testing fully driverless cars on Chinese open roads, is also promising a fully hands-free minibus.
The recall raises questions about the carmaker’s future in the Chinese market. The company’s prestigious image has soured quickly in China.
The Chinese capital has authorized delivery robots to begin operating commercially on city streets for the first time.
Pony.ai will work with city regulators to deploy a self-driving fleet for test drives on public roads in Shanghai’s northwestern Jiading district.
Robotaxis are coming into regular use as China’s leading maps app offers Weride AV hailing in Guangzhou.