After gaining a foothold in the smartphone market, the Chinese smartphone maker plans to launch an autonomous electric vehicle that will compete with Tesla and other electric vehicles. Now, apparently car blogger Deroy has shared a photo of Xiaomi’s self-driving test car on Weibo with a lidar sensor on the roof. Also Read – All new buildings in Noida must have an EV charging station
According to the images shared, the upcoming vehicle will likely be self-driving. The lidar sensor visible on the roof of the car is a key element of any autonomous vehicle. Also Read – Xiaomi 12S Pro, Xiaomi 12S Ultra alternatives: OnePlus 10 Pro, Galaxy S22 and more
Xiaomi plans to mass-produce its own electric vehicles in the first half of 2024, CEO Lei Jun said earlier. Last year, Xiaomi announced its entry into the electric car race and announced plans to invest $10 billion in the company over the next 10 years. Last month, Xiaomi officially registered its electric vehicle company Xiaomi EV, Inc. Also Read – Xiaomi 12S, 12S Pro launched with Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 and up to 120W fast charging
According to Transparency Market Research, 2018 marked the start of greater investment in the self-driving car market, as Ford created a new AV division with plans to invest $4 billion by 2023. and Uber ended its self-driving development. trucks to focus on cars. In the same year, the Japanese government announced plans to begin trials of self-driving vehicles on public roads, with a vision to offer self-driving car services for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
The adoption of self-driving cars is expected to grow at a CAGR of ~89% through 2030, due to the many benefits these cars offer, such as eliminating driver effort and improving passenger comfort and safety. passengers.
Self-driving cars are expected to be introduced primarily by ride-sharing companies and hence, on-demand services segment is expected to account for a significant share of the self-driving car market by 2025. After 2025, self-driving cars are expected to be held in mass by consumers for private transport.
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