Learn about the “flying car” on Technology Day 2021 in Beijing

Learn about the “flying car” on Technology Day 2021 in Beijing
Learn about the “flying car” on Technology Day 2021 in Beijing

Xpeng, a Chinese startup of smart electric cars, announced a series of innovations that the company contributes towards building a transportation system with the highest technology and less environmental damage.

He Xiaoping, Chairman and CEO of XPeng, said at Technology Day 2021 today in Beijing: “Our research into more efficient and safe mobility solutions goes far beyond smart electric vehicles and is the cornerstone of our long-term competitive advantage. We are committed to integrating advanced mobility technology In mass production models for the benefit of our customers.”

He detailed the latest versions of the advanced driver assistance system (ADAS), the supercharger network, the next generation of flying cars built using the “HT Aero” and also added that there is a special type for children in the form of a unicorn robot.

Learn about the design of the Xpilot 3.5 “flying car”:

Xpeng plans to launch the next generation of ADAS for drivers in select cities during the first half of 2022.

The Xpilot 3.5 will have “Navigationally Controlled Urban Pilot (NGP)” and will only be available to drivers of the Xpeng P5 family sedan which can be built with millimeter wave radar, a 3D visual perception network that can recognize, classify and position multiple targets – all critical to driving within City.
Xpilot 3.5 will feature a strategic planning module with advanced predictive capabilities that uses a combination of rule-based and data-driven AI to handle inner-city driving scenarios such as avoiding stationary objects, vulnerable road users, and changing lanes at any speed.

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