Customers look at an XPeng electric car at a company store in Shanghai, March 11, 2021. Photo: Reuters Customers look at an XPeng electric car at a company store in Shanghai, March 11, 2021. Photo: Reuters
Customers look at an XPeng electric car at a company store in Shanghai, March 11, 2021. Photo: Reuters

Smart car firms in China may be required to decrypt data for inspection if it is sent outside the country

  • China is expected to have 28 million connected cars by 2025, making it the world’s top market for smart vehicles
  • The rule fell short of clarifying whether locally stored data could be accessed from abroad

Topic |   Electric cars
Customers look at an XPeng electric car at a company store in Shanghai, March 11, 2021. Photo: Reuters Customers look at an XPeng electric car at a company store in Shanghai, March 11, 2021. Photo: Reuters
Customers look at an XPeng electric car at a company store in Shanghai, March 11, 2021. Photo: Reuters
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