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Huawei burrowed further into the auto industry with the launch of the first vehicle with its homegrown operating system.
We round up the most significant milestones in the three auto companies’ turbulent history this year and what’s next for them in 2022.
With a flood of new money supercharging the industry, third-tier EV makers are emerging as powerful forces.
Xiaomi is pouring billions of RMB into the auto sector and placing some big bets on multiple startups to build a complete auto supply chain.
TechNode talked to Da Fang, co-founder and chief scientist of QCraft on the developments of Chinese autonomous vehicles.
There could be more consequences to come as Nio is in advanced plans to enter the competitive mass auto market.
With high costs, and competition from cheaper pirate recyclers, it will take more carrots and sticks for the battery recycling market to take off.
As complaints about sales practices and safety questions get louder on the Chinese internet, Tesla seems to be brushing them off.
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