XPeng equips the flying car

XPeng equips the flying car

a few days ago XPengone of the smallest and most technologically advanced auto companies in China, held its fourth annual event titled “1024 Automotive Technology Days”, showcasing, among other things, the latest version offlying car Vertical take-off and landing XPeng AeroHT.

The main difference between this version and the previous version is that it now uses a new configuration multirotor, instead of the previous double horizontal rotating structure. The car, which looks aesthetically like a conventional car, is clearly capable Move on the road and on the journey Using rotors that unfold from the ceiling. In drive mode, the flying car operates like any conventional vehicle, while in flight mode, to move forward, backward, turn, climb, hover and descend, the pilots will have to use the steering wheel, as well as the right gear lever. XPeng leads I First flight tests real (see Video below), declaring that the design is well advanced, with priorities that will focus on reliability and safety.

During the event “1024 Technology Cars” XPeng Emphasize the progress of the system Autonomous driving for the new generation Based on neural networks, data management platform and artificial intelligence, as well as the latest developments in the home mobility ecosystem, including the latest in robotics and robotics cars.

XPeng recently launched the enhanced version of its Autonomous Driving (XNGP) system, which the manufacturer said will outperform Tesla’s Full Autonomous Driving (FSD). The feature will be available for some Chinese customers. According to XPeng, this is the last step before the launch of the Fully Autonomouswho should be Available by 2025. At the “1024 Automotive Technology” event, XPeng announced that it had made significant progress, with XNGP expanding into areas of China not covered by high-resolution maps. This system is backed by significant hardware upgrades, including one computing power From 508 TOPS, dual LiDAR system, 8MP HD cameras and a new XNet software architecture, powered by a closed-loop artificial intelligence and data system capable of constantly learning and improving.

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