Chery and Huawei signed Comprehensive cooperation agreement for smart car solution


Recently, we learned from the official WeChat account of Chery Holdings that Chery Automobile Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as “Chery”) and Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as “Huawei”) signed a comprehensive cooperation framework agreement in Wuhu. The two parties will carry out in-depth cooperation in cloud computing, big data, smart car solutions and other fields to jointly promote the development of their businesses.

According to the agreement, the two parties will fully cooperate in the fields of smart car electronic and electrical architecture, smart network connection, smart cockpit, in-vehicle computing and autonomous driving, smart energy, smart car cloud services, etc., to jointly create new smart travel experiences and make travel smarter. The two parties will jointly study and explore 5G innovative application scenarios, and carry out in-depth cooperation in 5G+V2X, vehicle-road collaboration, and autonomous driving. In addition, the two parties will also cooperate in big data infrastructure, storage, analysis, high-performance computing, informatization, etc., to help Chery accelerate the transformation of the big data era.

Wang Jun, President of Huawei Smart Car Solutions BU, said that smart connected cars are the product of the integration of the ICT industry and the traditional automotive industry. Hardware and software based on ICT technology will play a greater value in the future automotive industry. Huawei will work with Chery Automobile to focus on key ICT technologies and face the smart car scene to help Chery build “good cars.”

Yin Tongyue, Chairman of Chery Automobile, said that mobile Internet and smart cars have profoundly changed the history of the world’s automobile industry for more than 100 years. Chery has deployed ahead of schedule, actively embraced the changes of the times, and is accelerating its transformation from traditional cars to smart cars and new energy vehicles. More news, we will continue to pay attention