Connect with us

Electric Cars

Huawei is credited with the intention to produce electric vehicles under its own brand



The Chinese company Huawei Technologies plans to produce electric vehicles under its own brand and may release the first models this year. This was reported by Reuters, citing four sources who wished to remain anonymous. These plans are regarded as a possible change in the strategic direction of the world’s largest manufacturer of telecommunications equipment, which has suffered from US sanctions.

Two whistleblowers said Huawei is in talks with state-owned Changan Automobile and other automakers to use their car factories to build Huawei’s electric vehicles.

According to other reports, Huawei is also in talks with the state-backed BluePark New Energy Technology BAIC Group to manufacture its electric vehicles.

After nearly two years under US sanctions that restricted access to key supply chains and forced the sale of a portion of its smartphone business, Huawei sees EV production as a new strategic direction.

While Huawei officials deny that the company plans to design electric vehicles or manufacture them under its own brand, according to three sources, relevant developments are underway, and the project will be officially announced later this year. According to preliminary information, Huawei electric vehicles will be aimed at the mass segment.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Latest News

Gaming54 mins ago

The creators of Cyberpunk 2077 decided to create two new AAA games in parallel

CEO and President of CD Projekt RED Adam Kicinski in an interview with Reuters spoke about the immediate plans and...

Headphones1 hour ago

Siri talks about when to expect new wireless headphones AirPods 3 and iPad mini 6

Voice assistant Siri has revealed Apple’s corporate secret – it has revealed the date of the traditional spring announcement. As...

News1 hour ago

Acer, AMD, Arm, Intel, Micron, NXP, Qualcomm and Supermicro Confirmed Computex 2021 Hybrid

The Taiwan Foreign Trade Development Council (TAITRA) announced today that the world’s leading IT companies Acer, AMD, Arm, Intel, Micron,...

Components1 hour ago

An interesting story: there are practically no Nvidia CMP HX video cards for miners in retail, but the company increases its revenue forecast from their sale three times

According to the source, Nvidia has updated its revenue forecast for the first quarter of this year – it increased...

News2 hours ago

Spire Eagleforce PSUs are 80 Plus Certified

Spire has unveiled the EagleForce series of ATX Ver. 2.31 and 80 Plus certified that the energy efficiency does not...

Electric Cars2 hours ago

Introduced an electric car with a range of 1000 km, 39-inch screen and wireless charging

The Zhiji L7 electric vehicle is on display in China, which was created by Zhiji Auto, a joint venture between...

News2 hours ago

And in space – the same thing. An error in the operation of the Ingenuity helicopter will be fixed with a software update

As we previously reported, testing of the Ingenuity Martian helicopter prior to the first flight revealed an error that caused...

News2 hours ago

Age of Empires IV first demo and release date

The upcoming fourth installment of the Age of Empires real-time strategy series was unveiled at the Fan Preview event, during...

Most Popular