...Huawei launches first all-electric SUV 2022...
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Huawei has quickly expanded its vehicle offering with two plug-in hybrid crossovers and a full-electric version, just six months after delivering the first Aito-branded vehicle in March. The telecom giant’s moves in the space could pose a serious threat to major EV makers.

Details: The Aito M5 all-electric will have an estimated driving range of 620 kilometers (385 miles), surpassing its rivals. For example, Tesla’s Model Y has a 545km driving range, EVs from German automakers BMW and Audi offer around 550km between charges.


https://technode.com/2022/09/07/huawei-l...ner-seres/
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(25-08-2022, 12:06 PM)kokee Wrote:  basically 任正非 said game over for huawei!





华为要完了?任正非在内部文章这样说




as above what huawei founder barked!
huawei car just join in for fun will never make it under today china economy!
how many m5 can sell in china or globally? LOL LOL!
car making unlike hp, EV needs at least 10k parts with tight tolerance!

huawei m5 already found ton of problems in the market today!! hahaaa!!
even huawei OS, hongmeng, developed for EV also having problems!!


huawei EV car!
all these china copy cat & steal technology!
there is >10000-30000 parts in 1 car, they think they can copy everything & know the tolerance, matching & all the mistakes other has gone thru!
moronic comie dogs here bark BYD, NIO, huawei all these copy cat EV car! their reliability? safety? from their 2nd hand car value, whole world know what is their quality like!



华为问界M5的鸿蒙车机导航飘移音乐失声






华为问界M5油耗不高遗憾虚标严重


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(13-09-2022, 12:46 PM)kokee Wrote:  as above 


Moronic Kokee Cok is eating so much sour grapes everyday ah?  Thinking Rotfl
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what happen IF hw names one model kokokee and one obagao?
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(13-09-2022, 01:44 PM)WhatDoYouThink? Wrote:  what happen IF hw names one model kokokee and one obagao?

Just name ObaKok


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This company now a Kiam Cai company, making all sort of things like jack of all trades.
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(13-09-2022, 01:55 PM)teaserteam Wrote:  This company now a Kiam Cai company,  making all sort of things like jack of all trades.

It will be a IOT company linking all the electronic devices into their ecosystem.


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M5 uses Huawei's HarmonyOS 3.0 for almost all the EV's controls like NFC car access amd smart cockpit

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Huawei seems serious about this NEV business as it is building its 3rd car plant in Chongqing, a mega one.
The plant construction is super fast as it is planned to be completed by Q3 next year!

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(17-09-2022, 09:59 AM)sgxin Wrote:  Huawei seems serious about this NEV business as it is building its 3rd car plant in Chongqing, a mega one.
The plant construction is super fast as it is planned to be completed by Q3 next year!


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(17-09-2022, 09:59 AM)sgxin Wrote:  Huawei seems serious about this NEV business as it is building its 3rd car plant in Chongqing, a mega one.
The plant construction is super fast as it is planned to be completed by Q3 next year!


The Shenzhen based firm had been into NEV sector for at least 10 year...Just that we don't get to hear their work and research which forms the critical foundaiton for EV operations and supply chain...One of that is based on around 5G for self driving.

How do achieve that ? Huawei put $$$$ into R&D and patent applications for research outcomes.

http://www.businesskorea.co.kr/news/arti...dxno=91105

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Huawei is spreading itself too thin, going into areas that are not its niche.
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(18-09-2022, 03:27 PM)Blasterlord2 Wrote:  Huawei is spreading itself too thin, going into areas that are not its niche.

I am not worried at all with its profit turnover minus the NA market... Wink

https://asia.nikkei.com/Spotlight/Huawei...-crackdown
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BTW, Huawei isn't making the EV by itself - it collaborates with other major Chinese tech firms, including the battery giant CATL which supplies Telsa Model 3 and Y while Huawei provide the car's "brain" . Cool

https://global.chinadaily.com.cn/a/20211...75aa6.html
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...and here is another e.g. of Huawei's EV contribution...
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(18-09-2022, 03:37 PM)Manthink Wrote:  I am not worried at all with its profit turnover minus the NA market... Wink

https://asia.nikkei.com/Spotlight/Huawei...-crackdown

Up because it disposed its Honor handphone business and counting on nationalistic sentiments of the Chinese to buy its high-end phones.
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(18-09-2022, 03:49 PM)Blasterlord2 Wrote:  Up because it disposed its Honor handphone business and counting on nationalistic sentiments of the Chinese to buy its high-end phones.

In short, it has an off spring that is focused on mobile phones while the parent moved on to other bigger opportunities.
Including investing in countries and regions that welcome Huawei... Laughing

https://www.huawei.com/en/news/2022/8/se...uture-camp
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(18-09-2022, 03:47 PM)Manthink Wrote:  BTW, Huawei isn't making the EV by itself - it collaborates with other major Chinese tech firms, including the battery giant CATL which supplies Telsa Model 3 and Y while Huawei provide the car's "brain" . Cool

The brain will be the most important part of future self-driving vehicles and Huawei is not short of patents and people in this field.
And I believe chip design for mobile phones will soon hit a mature state (eg need for future 6G won't be as great as that for 5G), so reassigning the existing scientists and engineers to design the future L4-5 chips n algorithims will therefore be a very logical step.

Huawei latest video on its self-driving car prototype. This vehicle has the most number of sensor types that I have seen - Lidar (3), RF radar (6), Ultrasonic radar (12) and cameras (13)!

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(18-09-2022, 04:53 PM)sgxin Wrote:  The brain will be the most important part of future self-driving vehicles and Huawei is not short of patents and people in this field.
And I believe chip design for mobile phones will soon hit a mature state (eg need for future 6G won't be as great as that for 5G), so reassigning the existing scientists and engineers to design the future L4-5 chips n algorithims will therefore be a very logical step.

Huawei latest video on its self-driving car prototype. This vehicle has the most number of sensor types that I have seen - Lidar (3), RF radar (6), Ultrasonic radar (12) and cameras (13)!


Indeed - The key isn't about making NEV...but the system behind that makes autonomous vehicle safe and reliable. ...That's where Huawei is able to enter the sector very quickly using their existing lead in communication like 5G etc.

In fact, they are very explicit is stating that they are not into making cars, but the infrastructure for future vehicles.

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