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Chinese electric carmaker Xpeng Motors is looking into making its own autonomous driving chips – CNBC

Xinzhou Wu, vice president in charge of autonomous driving at Xpeng, is looking at all options to stay ahead of rivals including its own semiconductors.

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GUANGZHOU, China Chinese electric carmaker Xpeng Motors is looking into making its own semiconductors for autonomous driving to stay ahead of the competition, a top executive at the company told CNBC.
The comments come after technology news website 36Kr reported that Xpeng had assembled a small team to develop semiconductors.
Xinzhou Wu, vice president in charge of autonomous driving at Xpeng, said the company is looking into various technologies, including autonomous driving chips.
“Well, I cannot…

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