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Xpeng launches XPILOT 3.5 semi-autonomous driving features


The Xpeng Motors flagship shop in a mall displays a new Xpeng P7 vehicle. Xpeng P7 was one of the most sought-after models by Xpeng motors.

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GUANGZHOU, China — Chinese electric car start-up XpengUpdates for the semi-autonomous driving technology were released as it looks to rise to its challenge TeslaChina

Xpeng releases XPILOT 3.5 – the latest version its advanced driver assistance ADAS is an acronym for autonomous driving systems. This is a type of driving software that has some autonomy but requires a driver.

The company will launch a new feature, City NGP. It stands for navigation guided pilotThis is. The system allows Xpeng’s vehicles to shift lanes, change speed, slow down or overtake others, as well as enter and exit highways. Xpeng is now releasing the feature to enable driving in urban areas.

Owners of XPILOT 2.5 will have access to XPILOT 3. Xpeng’s P5 car, which was launched this yearThis is. In the first quarter of 2022, customers will see this upgrade.

Xpeng announced the details for XPILOT 4.0, the next generation of ADAS. According to the company, it upgraded hardware for XPILOT4.0. This will allow users to switch between assisted and vehicle parking.

XPILOT 4.0 should be in place by the second half of 2023.

XPILOT rivals Tesla’s ADAS, Autopilot. The electric vehicle market in China continues to be fiercely competitive. To stand out and differentiate in a market that is rapidly becoming more competitive, automakers want to introduce new features and vehicles.

Xpeng has also introduced a new car charger. According to Xpeng, the battery can be charged in just 5 minutes and will last 200 km.