An Xpeng P7 car drives on the Beijing-Shanghai Expressway under the control of NGP autonomous driving assistance function. Photo: Daniel Ren An Xpeng P7 car drives on the Beijing-Shanghai Expressway under the control of NGP autonomous driving assistance function. Photo: Daniel Ren
An Xpeng P7 car drives on the Beijing-Shanghai Expressway under the control of NGP autonomous driving assistance function. Photo: Daniel Ren

China rolls out autonomous driving standards as carmakers work towards making self-driving a reality

  • China provides official definitions for self-driving cars from L0, which relies largely on human drivers, to L5 that achieves full driving automation
  • Drafted by 11 major carmakers and suppliers, the standards will come into effect in March 2022

Topic |   Autonomous driving
An Xpeng P7 car drives on the Beijing-Shanghai Expressway under the control of NGP autonomous driving assistance function. Photo: Daniel Ren An Xpeng P7 car drives on the Beijing-Shanghai Expressway under the control of NGP autonomous driving assistance function. Photo: Daniel Ren
An Xpeng P7 car drives on the Beijing-Shanghai Expressway under the control of NGP autonomous driving assistance function. Photo: Daniel Ren
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