The two-day 2021 China Auto Chongqing Forum concluded on June 13. The relevant person in charge of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology said that the latest data shows that China’s electric smart vehicles have formed a certain first-mover advantage on a global scale.
The relevant person in charge of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology pointed out that the current global automobile industry has entered a period of great changes unseen in a century, and electrification, networking, and intelligence have become the trend and trend of development, and the functions of automobile products have changed from simple means of transportation to mobile energy storage units, With the expansion of smart digital space, the proportion of electronics and software in the value chain is increasing. On the whole, my country’s auto industry has entered a period of superposition of its own transformation and upgrading and global technological change. The latest data shows that the development of this industry has achieved positive results.
Luo Junjie, Director of the First Division of Equipment Industry of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology: The R&D capability of the company has been significantly enhanced, the product quality level has been steadily improved, and the production and sales volume of new energy vehicles has ranked first in the world for six consecutive years. In May of this year, our market penetration rate exceeded 10%, and the loading rate of new vehicles with L2 autonomous driving function exceeded 15%, forming a certain first-mover advantage globally.
The person in charge of the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) Automobile Industry Branch also pointed out that China’s automobile industry has ushered in a new era of electric intelligence. In 2020, although the sales of passenger cars in China declined slightly, the sales of intelligent and connected passenger cars rose. The sales of semi-autonomous vehicles exceeded 3 million, a year-on-year increase of 107%, accounting for about 15%. It is predicted that by 2025, the market share of partially autonomous and conditional autonomous vehicles will exceed 50%.