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Report: smart vehicles to reach 83% by 2025 in China | Updated: 2022-12-20 17:27
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Vehicles with smart features are expected to hit 83 percent of all vehicles sold in China in 2025, according to a report released by J.D. Power and Tongji University.

The cabins of smart vehicles will become the “third living spaces” for car owners in coming years, said the report released last week.

Su Jun, president of J.D. Power China, said the Chinese automotive industry, thanks to its edge in digitalization, has been growing its influence on the global stage.

At the same event, J.D. Power and Tongji University also released the 2022 list of top 10 smart vehicle models in the country, and seven of them were Chinese models.

The winners were the Nio ET7, Xpeng G9, HiPhi X, SAIC Volkswagen ID.6 X, IM L7, Li Auto L9, Cadillac Lyriq, Aito M5, GAC Trumpchi M8 and Tesla Model Y. They stood out from 60 popular models available in the Chinese market.

The report said infotainment features are highlights of smart vehicles, enabling the drivers and passengers to enjoy music and films in an immersive way thanks to the combination of speakers and ambience lights.

Voice command is emerging as another salient feature of smart vehicles. The top 10 winners can accurately understand 87 percent of verbal orders, 6 percentage points higher than the industry average, said J.D. Power and Tongji University in the report.

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