On April 14th, Pony.ai announced that the new generation Robotaxi model has successfully launched in Beijing.
Chinese internet giant Baidu announced plans on November 29 to build the world's largest autonomous ride-hailing service area next year. The message came during a celebration of Apollo Day, the firm's autonomous driving tech event.
On September 27, Chinese self-driving startup Pony.ai announced that it had reached a working agreement with the SAIC AI LAB to explore fields such as the R&D of self-driving technology and the implementation of Robotaxi operation services.
Caocao Mobility, a Geely-backed online ride-hailing platform, started cooperation related to robotaxis on September 5 with the Smart Driving Center of the Zhejiang Geely Automobile Research Institute.
According to recent reports, Chinese autonomous driving technology startup WeRide is considering an initial public offering, which may raise about $500 million. However, WeRide has denied the report.
Chinese internet giant Baidu announced on August 8 that the company has secured the country's first permits to offer commercial fully driverless robotaxi services to the public on open roads.
DeepRoute.ai, an autonomous driving technology company, announced on August 1 the results of the latest fully-driverless test of its Driver 2.0 L4 production-ready autonomous driving solution.
On July 20, the Beijing High-level Automated Driving Demonstration Area opened its first commercialization pilot of unmanned travel service in China. Baidu and Pony.ai are the first licensed enterprises to operate within the area.
At the GAC Tech Day 2022 held in Guangzhou on Tuesday, autonomous driving startup ONTIME publicly demonstrated the operation technology platform of its Robotaxi for the first time.
In addition to Robotaxi, autonomous driving trucks have now been added to ride-hailing giant Didi's business roadmap.
Autonomous driving company Pony.ai announced on Sunday that it was awarded a permit to operate 100 autonomous vehicles as traditional taxis in Nansha, Guangzhou.
In last week’s venture capital news, Carl Pei’s startup Nothing attracted a new capital injection, raising $70 million in its Series B funding round, and more.
On Tuesday, Baidu's second Apollo Day event was held in Apollo Park in Beijing. The event featured a live broadcast of the company's technical strength in its unmanned fleet of vehicles.
On Monday, autonomous driving startup Pony.ai announced the initial closing of its Series D funding round, reaching an overall valuation of $8.5 billion.
Guangzhou Pengxu Autonomous Driving Technology Co., Ltd. was established on February 14, 2022. The legal representative of the company is Henry Xia, the co-founder and president of Xpeng Motors.
AutoX, an autonomous driving company, announced on Wednesday that its fully driverless RoboTaxi fleet has exceeded 1,000 units, making it the largest in China and the world.
AutoX, an autonomous driving firm, announced on Friday that it has been testing its RoboTaxi operations in the top four cities in China. It has now expanded its largest Robotaxi operations zones to be over 1000 km².
Autonomous driving company WeRide announced on Friday that it has officially begun unmanned minibus Robobus services on Guangzhou International Bio Island. The service aims to provide unmanned bus services for local citizens.
WeRide, an autonomous driving company, has received a strategic investment from Chinese automaker Guangzhou Automobile Group (GAC Group).
WeRide announces the strategic cooperation with China’s major automobile manufacturer GAC Group and its subsidiary mobility service platform ONTIME.