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It does not look like a Range Rover Evoque, but a Velar. Chery Tiggo 9 first photographed without camouflage

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In China, for the first time, photos of the flagship SUV Chery Tiggo 9 without camouflage film were published, which were supposed to be presented as part of the Guangzhou Motor Show on November 18, but the exhibition was postponed.

The front part is designed in the style of the new Chery Tiggo 7 Plus, the new flagship received a similar grille with vertical slats and an aggressive front bumper. Of the main differences in the front, only other headlights can be noted.

It does not look like a Range Rover Evoque, but a Velar.  Chery Tiggo 9 first photographed without camouflage

However, from the side, the car does not at all resemble current Chery models. It was previously reported that it will be similar to the Range Rover Evoque, but this is not the case. From the side view, you might think that this is a Range Rover Velar. The similarity is confirmed by hidden door handles.

Chery is clearly not shy about using the developments of its eminent partner in the face of Land Rover in new models. Recall, the company owns 50% in the Jaguar Land Rover joint venture in China. The modular architecture on which the entire current Tiggo range is based has been developed in collaboration with the British manufacturer.

It does not look like a Range Rover Evoque, but a Velar.  Chery Tiggo 9 first photographed without camouflage

It is known that the crossover will be built on the new T2X platform. Its dimensions should be 4780 x 1920 x 1700 mm with a wheelbase of 2800 mm. At the moment, it is already known that Tiggo 9 will receive a salon for 5 or 7 seats.

It does not look like a Range Rover Evoque, but a Velar.  Chery Tiggo 9 first photographed without camouflage

The version with two rows of seats will receive only front-wheel drive and will be equipped with a 2-liter engine with 254 hp. and 7-speed “robot” 7DCT380. And the 7-seater version will be equipped with the same internal combustion engine, but with all-wheel drive. Later, they should be joined by models with an 8-speed automatic transmission of Chery’s own production, as well as a plug-in hybrid PHEV modification.

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Intel wants to release a processor with more than a trillion transistors by 2030

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Intel is going to create processors with more than a trillion transistors in less than 10 years.

At the IEDM 2022 event, the company published nine research papers on future developments and plans. In particular, it describes new 2D materials for transistors, a new 3D packaging technology that will reduce the performance and power gap between chiplets and single-chip processors to an almost imperceptible range, and so on. There is also information about Intel’s plans to release processors with more than a trillion transistors by 2030.

Intel wants to release a processor with more than a trillion transistors by 2030

Intel wants to release a processor with more than a trillion transistors by 2030

Intel is betting heavily on a new 3D packaging technology for Quasi-Monolithic Chips (QMC). The bottom line is that QMC aims to offer almost the same performance as interconnects used in monolithic chips. QMC is known to be a new sub-3 micron pitch hybrid interconnect technology that results in a 10x increase in power efficiency and performance density compared to Intel designs presented at last year’s IEDM. The 10 micron step approach was described last year, and even that was already a 10x improvement over current technologies. That is, Intel, at least on paper, was able to achieve a 100-fold improvement in energy efficiency and density in just a few years. In addition, QMC also allows multiple chips to be stacked vertically on top of each other.

Intel wants to release a processor with more than a trillion transistors by 2030

Interestingly, the rate of increase in the density of transistors in the foreseeable future, according to Intel’s plans, will approximately correspond to Moore’s law. At the same time, prices for semiconductor products will continue to grow.

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Apple “runs” from China. The company accelerated the process of transferring production facilities outside the Celestial Empire

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Amid ongoing quarantine measures in China due to COVID-19, Apple has accelerated its plans to expand production outside the Middle Kingdom.

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Now Apple is most interested in India and Vietnam, where the company already has production facilities, and hence established logistics. In addition, major Apple partners are located in Vietnam, including Luxshare and Inventec, who assemble AirPods and HomePods.

Of course, the diversification process will take a long time, because, firstly, the conditions in China are still unique in many ways, and secondly, Apple has a very developed network of manufacturing partners there, and first of all, Foxconn with its huge factories. But as a result, as expected, Apple will move up to 40% of production from China.

Recall that due to recent production shutdowns in China amid outbreaks of COVID-19, the Cupertino giant will release 15-20 million iPhone 14 less than planned, that is, it will lose an impressive amount.

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China plans to build a base on the moon by 2028

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China plans to build a base on the moon by

While the United States has finally begun the first phase of the Artemis program, which is expected to return astronauts to the moon in 2025, China, according to recent data, plans to build a base on the moon at almost the same time.

China plans to build a base on the moon by 2028

As part of the current plans of the Celestial Empire, they want to create a base on our natural satellite by 2028. But this means that it will have to start building much earlier.

The station will be powered by a nuclear reactor.

We are currently developing a new system that uses nuclear energy to meet the long-term energy needs of the lunar station.

chief developer of China’s lunar exploration program Wu Weiren

What will be the Chinese lunar base is not yet clear, but no one has yet said that it will be an object intended for any long stay of people there. It is known that we are talking about a landing module, a kind of bunker, a lunar rover and an orbital station.

Previously, there was also information that the power of a nuclear installation to power such a base could reach 1 MW.

Earlier, the US also talked about placing a nuclear installation on the Moon by 2030. Thus, taking into account the accelerating race for the exploration of the Moon, in 10 years there really can be two bases there, albeit not yet designed for long-term residence of astronauts.

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