Chips

NIO said to be evaluating Horizon Robotics' chip for use in sub-brand models
NIO is evaluating the Journey 5 chip from local chip company Horizon Robotics, according to local media. BYD will use the chip in some of its models to be launched in 2023.
BYD Semiconductor unveils new MCU chip for vehicles
From windows and seats, to body control and engine control, every innovation in automotive electronics has to be realized through the computing and control functions of MCU chips.
NIO hiring semiconductor talents in Germany for SiC and IGBT chip design
NIO has introduced SiC technology, the latest power semiconductor technology, to the ET7's front permanent magnet synchronous motor.
Analysts expect auto AI chips in China to grow at CAGR of 28% in next decade
With the rapid development of the smart car industry, the demand for AI chips is also exploding.
NIO-backed Ai chip maker Black Sesame makes crucial success in new chip development
NIO-backed artificial intelligence and autonomous driving chip maker Black Sesame Technologies' new self-driving chip, the A1000 Pro, has taped out with a record high computing performance among such chips built by local companies.
Geely, Baidu-backed firm to launch 7nm auto chips next year
Siengine Technology, a joint venture between ECARX and ARM China, will start supplying new chip products by the end of next year or early 2023, with TSMC in charge of chip manufacturing.
Chinese ministry discusses supply shortages with auto chip companies
The MIIT suggested that automotive chip supply companies should pay attention to the Chinese market, increase the deployment of production capacity, and improve the efficiency of the distribution chain.
China Passenger Car Association expects auto chip shortage to ease gradually
The China Passenger Car Association (CPCA) said the shortage of automotive chips is due to a shortage of supply and a large increase in demand caused by the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the distributed global supply chain, and expects the problem to gradually ease.
Tight chip supply could affect stability of China's auto industry, association warns
Recent tight chip supply problems have affected global auto production for some time, which in turn will affect the stability of China's auto industry operations, the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) said.