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AEB Explained: Clash of Wits Between Huawei and Xiaopeng in the World of Intelligent Driving

$XPeng(XPEV.US)$ The article is about the clash in words between  Yu Chengdong, Executive Director and CEO of Huawei’s Consumer Business Group and He Xiaopeng, CEO of Xiaopeng Motors (also known as Xpeng) appears to be about AEB, but it’s actually a competition between Xiaopeng and Nio, two major brands, in terms of sales.
Earlier, Yu Chengdong, the Executive Director and CEO of Huawei’s Consumer Business Group, Chairman of the Intelligent Car Solutions Business Unit, expressed, “Some car companies don’t even know what AEB is, let alone industry technical advancements and future developments; they lack basic understanding!”
It is widely believed that He Xiaopeng’s remark about “meddling in affairs that don’t concern them” directly targets Yu Chengdong. This seemingly heated exchange revolves around AEB technology (Automatic Emergency Braking), but the underlying tension is the competition among car companies in the field of intelligent driving.
On the evening of November 3rd, Yu Chengdong, in response to AEB technology, stated on social media: “Some car companies are busy with intelligent driving all day long, and the results of AEB active safety tests are very poor. When I asked, I found out that they haven’t even implemented the basic functions of AEB. This really surprised me! Either their subordinates are misleading them, or they lack the most basic understanding of the automobile industry!” He also shared an article titled “OTA Major Upgrade: Smart Driving Nationwide Without High-Precision Maps,” which mentioned the enhancements in AEB and active safety capabilities following Huawei’s ADS 2.0 high-level intelligent driving upgrade.
Source: CMGM
Source: CMGM
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