Richard Yu (Chengdong Yu), the chief executive officer of Huawei, released a photo of the company’s first automobile under the new “Luxeed” brand today. It is a component of the Huawei and Chery collaboration project. Earlier, we assumed that it would be associated with the AITO brand. The Luxeed sedan uses an intriguing design language and is built on Chery’s E0X platform.
Wide wheel arches, Brembo brakes, retractable door handles, modest side view mirrors, and a LiDAR sensor on the roof are all features of the Luxeed EH3. When it comes to this car’s dimensions, we can tell that it has a sleek roofline and is actually a four-door sedan. It is similar to several coupe cars as a result. It’s important to note that several Chinese automakers are very fond of this look.
The Huawei ADS 2.0 will be installed in the Luxeed EH3 as part of the smart driving system. A LiDAR sensor, 11 HD cameras, 3 millimeter-way radars, and 12 ultrasonic radars make up the gear. Without human assistance, the Huawei ADS 2.0 system can travel up to 200 kilometres. Also, it supports the NCA (Navigation Cruise Assist), which enables a car to operate autonomously on highways and in cities. After the launch, this feature will operate in 45 Chinese cities. Huawei does, however, want to grow this number in the future.
The initial price of Luxeed EH3 is 200,000 Yuan (27,810 USD). It might make its formal debut in the third quarter of this year. There’s a possibility that the EH3 will be on show during the August Chengdu Motor Show. Stay tuned as we monitor this vehicle!