We round up the most significant milestones in the three auto companies’ turbulent history this year and what’s next for them in 2022.
There could be more consequences to come as Nio is in advanced plans to enter the competitive mass auto market.
Didi is among the world’s top five highest-valued unicorns. Its listing could be one of the biggest IPO this year.
The recall raises questions about the carmaker’s future in the Chinese market. The company’s prestigious image has soured quickly in China.
Autonomous driving technologies are the most crucial part of intelligent and electric vehicles, president Wang said.
A management reshuffle signals commitment as Huawei tries to break into the fast-growing autonomous and electric vehicle sector.
SAIC is among a list of state-backed automotive majors shifting towards startup chipmaker Horizon Robotics as a domestic substitute for global suppliers.
The move is a direct response to consistent concerns among existing carmakers about the potential threat of Huawei entering the industry and manufacturing its own cars.
Li Auto booked its first quarterly net profit in Q4 but investors are worried about underinvestment in products and self-driving technology.
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.