HiPhi X Self-Learning Super SUV Launches at 2020 Beijing Auto Show


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Human Horizons under its HiPhi brand announces that its premium all-electric vehicle, known initially by its prototype name, HiPhi 1, will be named the HiPhi X (pronounced 'Hi-Fi-Ex') and will be launched at the 2020 Beijing Auto Show.

HiPhi X is a new generation of intelligent all-electric vehicles. Based on the Human Oriented Architecture (HOA), which is OTA (over-the-air) upgradable, HiPhi X features a secure software-developer platform to enable feature and app development.

HiPhi X is equipped with an advanced, highly-personalised onboard AI assistant, HiPhiGo, which has been developed in collaboration with Microsoft. HiPhiGo is highly sensory, with an array of intelligent functions, including a level of reasoning and continuous learning whilst interacting with its occupants, the surrounding environment and a multitude of vehicle parameters.

This new breed of self-learning smart vehicle has a "neural network" consisting of 6 "super brain" domain controllers, connected by 1G Ethernet, which provides a higher transmission rate than traditional CAN networks. HiPhi X is able to analyse massive amounts of information and make decisions utilising cloud computing with a powerful data analysis engine, which results in a truly intelligent and smart vehicle.

HiPhi X will be one of the world's leaders by offering Level 3 autonomous driving at launch, which is supported by redundancy in all key safety-related systems. HiPhi X will be offered with rear- and all-wheel drive derivatives and will provide a 0-to-100 km/h time of 3.9 seconds. There will also be several battery options, with the largest 96 kWh unit providing a range of at least 610 km (NEDC).

HiPhi X is now entering the final phase of development and launch ahead of production which is expected to commence by the end of this year, with official deliveries in 2021

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