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Continental AG, NXP and GAC join hands to create intelligent connected products

Gabriella From Gasgoo| September 13 , 2021 12:39 BJT

Beijing (Gasgoo)- Continental AG has formed a strategic partnership with GAC R&D Center and NXP Semiconductors to create a new generation of advanced intelligent connect products.

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Continental, GAC, and NXP signing ceremony; photo credit: Continental AG

Due to the rapid development of electric vehicles and intelligent connected vehicles, the automobile industry chain is facing reconstruction. Enterprises need to further collaborate on the intelligent connected field to maintain sustainable development in the auto industry.

The three companies adopted a “strong binding” co-development model, fully utilize their advantages in the field to create world-leading intelligent connected products that are suitable for GAC Motor’s ICV development needs. NXP and Continental will assign certain members from their Chinese research and development teams to collaborate based on their localization strategies.

Executive of the GAC R&D Center, Wu Jian stated that GAC would be persistent with integrating independent innovation and outside collaboration. With the company’s world-leading partners and advanced technology, GAC Group will provide consumers with a more intelligent and innovative driving experience.

Early on, GAC Group has included several major companies as its strategic partners, including Baidu, Tencent, HUAWEI, and DiDi.

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