Recently, Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. applied for the registration of a number of “5Green” and “5Gigaverse” trademarks. The international classification involves scientific instruments and communication services. Huawei proposed to provide a ubiquitous 5Gigaverse experience and to provide a high experience while meeting the 5Green goal of green and low carbon. During MWC22 Barcelona, Huawei’s 5Green solution won the GTI Awards “Mobile Technology Innovation Breakthrough Award” and “Excellence Award”.
Huawei Shanghai Company adds auto parts research and development
On March 4, Shanghai Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. underwent an industrial and commercial change. The company’s business scope added auto parts research and development; engineering and technology research and test development. Shareholder information shows that the company is wholly owned by Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
However, Huawei has repeatedly stated that it will not build cars. In January this year, Wang Jun, the BU COO of Huawei’s smart car solution, once again stated that Huawei does not build cars. “Our core is to help companies build good cars.”
It is worth mentioning that in February this year, the news that Volkswagen was considering the acquisition of an autonomous driving unit of Huawei for one billion euros came out again. However, there is no official information regarding the business.
Gizchina News of the week
First Harmony car, Huawei Smart AITO M5, starts delivery today
At the Huawei winter flagship new product launch in December last year, the AITO M5 smart luxury SUV hit the public. The launching ceremony of AITO M5 user delivery was held at 15:00 this afternoon. The first new cars will begin deliveries to scheduled owners. The retail price of AITO M5 after subsidy is:
- Standard version of the rear-wheel-drive starts from 249,800 yuan ($39,520)
- Four-wheel drive performance version starts from 279,800 yuan ($44,266)
- Four-wheel drive flagship version is 319,800 yuan ($50,595)
Dozens of AITO M5s are now on the site and are about to arrive their owners. According to previous information, the AITO M5 is a joint model by Huawei and Celis. In addition, its electric drive system and smart cockpit are all from Huawei. Furthermore, the Huawei team also did a lot of work on its industrial design. The WLTC has a battery life of over 1,000 kilometers.
Specifically, AITO M5 is equipped with a HarmonyOS vehicle system and HUAWEI DriveOne three-electric system. It uses a 1.5T four-cylinder range extender specially designed for range extension systems, with a 15:1 compression ratio and 41% thermal efficiency. In terms of performance, the AITO M5 four-wheel-drive performance version and the four-wheel-drive flagship model come with an asynchronous AC motor on the front axle. They also have a permanent magnet synchronous motor on the rear axle, forming a dual-motor four-wheel-drive system. The acceleration time is 4.4 seconds.