GWM’s latest lidar-equipped vehicle relies on Qualcomm for ADAS and AD functions

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The Mocca DHT-PHEV Lidar Edition, built under the WEY brand of Chinese manufacturer Great Wall Motor (GWM), has made its debut at the Chengdu Motor Show.

Building on the existing relationship between GWM and Qualcomm Technologies, the car is equipped with Snapdragon Digital Chassis solutions, leveraging the Snapdragon Auto Connectivity Platform for connectivity, and the 3rd Generation Snapdragon Automotive Cockpit Platform.

The car also uses the Snapdragon Ride Platform for ADAS and AD functions, becoming China’s first commercialized vehicle to feature the platform, which WEY leveraged to develop its ICU 3.0 – a high-performance production-ready compute platform for AD.

GWM and Qualcomm Technologies have collaborated closely for several years across multiple technology areas, including advanced in-vehicle connectivity and digital cockpit. Leveraging both companies’ expertise in innovation, GWM, using Qualcomm Technologies’ products, has launched several commercial vehicles.

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