Shen Hui, founder of WM Motor: The next track for electric cars must be intermediate cars

Shen Hui, founder, chairman, and CEO of WM Motor said that the next track for electric cars must be intermediate cars. Shen Hui said that in the next few years, a mid-size car will have several product data that must be defined, including space, battery life, safety, cockpit, and smart driving.


Shen Hui pointed out that in terms of battery life, " 500 kilometers is the entry line, and 600 kilometers is the mainstream ", in terms of safety, "we must keep the safety bottom line of cameras and microphones for users ", and in terms of intelligent driving, " do a good job in L2, solve parking problems and high-speed navigation ".

  • Space: Chinese people have a big car dream in their hearts. The wheelbase is 2900mm, and the length of the car is controlled at 5 meters so that the slender beauty of the mid-size car can be reflected.

  • Endurance: 500 kilometers is the entry line, and 600 kilometers is the mainstream. Going up, the significance of marketing is greater than reality, and the ultimate benefit is not the user nor the car company, but the industry.

  • Safety: There are no technical difficulties in passive safety. The difficulty of mid-size cars is to make technical differentiation in active safety. Another point is to protect data security. Be sure to keep the safety bottom line of cameras and microphones for users.

  • Cockpit: The coverage of entertainment, business, games, and other scenarios must be complete, and the definition of functions must be handed over to users through SOA. beyond performance. What the domestic car lacks is not hardware, but a sense of luxury and the sense of grade of detail design should be improved. When the hardware converges, aesthetics will be the next competition.

  • Zhijia: The wool is on the chip and the radar. It is OK to do a good job of L2, solve the parking problem, and high-speed piloting. What the mid-size car needs is not the development of stockpiling, but the development of reduction, using more resources for basic performance and improving the sense of quality.


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