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Baidu’s JiDU to launch Qualcomm Snapdragon powered vehicle in 2023

Gabriella From Gasgoo| November 29 , 2021 17:38 BJT

Beijing (Gasgoo)- Today, Baidu, JiDU, and Qualcomm made a joint announcement, stating that JiDU's first mass-produced model will be powered by an intelligent digital cockpit system co-assisted by Baidu and Qualcomm.

Baidu’s JiDU to launch Qualcomm Snapdragon powered vehicle in 2023

CEO of JiDU, Xia Yiping; photo credit: Baidu

The system combines Qualcomm's 4th Generation Snapdragon® Automotive Cockpit Platform with the next generation intelligent cockpit system and software solution developed by JiDU and Baidu. This China's first Snapdragon 4th Generation Automotive Cockpit Platform powered vehicle will be on the market in 2023. The concept car of the model will be showcased at the Beijing International Automotive Exhibition next April. 

The 4th Generation Snapdragon Automotive Cockpit Platforms is designed to support a zonal architecture concept on intelligent connected vehicles, passing the ISO 26262 standard. As a hub for high-performance computing, computer vision, AI, and multi-sensor processing, the platform is able to meet different demands in different domains through its flexible software configuration.

Notably, during the Auto Guangzhou 2021, China's other EV startup, XPeng, also inked a Memorandum of Understanding with Qualcomm too. The partnership allowed the companies to further their application of Qualcomm's Snapdragon automotive cockpit into XPeng's future models.

XPeng has sold over 100,000 Qualcomm-cockpit-powered vehicles by October 2021.

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