With the advent of Chinese electric cars, Nio unveils a new sedan, the most popular mirrors for taxpayers we see
Chinese electric car company Nio unveiled on Saturday a new glass sedan and Custom Augmented reality (AR) that reduced the demand for car screens.
The unpopular reality for taxpayers we see is the technology of placing digital images in the real, virtual world. In cars, technology can allow drivers to keep their eyes on the road without having to look down on the dashboard. Nio said it has partnered with Chinese augmented reality start-up Neal for AR glasses compatible with its new sedan, the ET5.
The electric car is expected to start delivering in September 2022, with previous support prices starting at 328,000 yuan ($ 51,250) for models that come with a battery. But, you will have to buy the AR glasses separately from the car because they’re not part of the deal, according to the company.
ET5 is Nio’s second sedan to market. The company’s first sedan, the ET7, was unveiled in January at a peak pre-service level of 448,000 yuan, but it has not started delivering so far.
William Li, the founder of Niland CEO, stated that The delivery of ET7 will possibly be set a start in the last days of March 2022 at the company’s annual “Nio Day” event. Li also announced on Dec. 18, 2021, that the custom AR mirrors were made with Chinese start Neal.
Tesla, BYD, Xpeng, and other electric car companies in China are already selling sedans that seem to be popular with locals.
Nio said its delivery slowed in November from 3,667 in low-cost cars in October, bringing the total for the first 11 months of the year to 80,940. The ES6 and EC6 SUVs were among the top 10 most powerful SUVs sold in China this year until November, according to the China Passenger Car Association.
“Nio” plans to enter Germany:
Next year, the electric car company plans to bring its products and services to Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden, and Denmark, Nio’s ET5 electric sedan offers six interior color options, including a seat belt.
Nio opened a flagship store in Oslo, Norway, this year and began importing cars into the electric-friendly country, where Chinese rivals Xpeng and BYD also shipped cars.
Earlier in November, Li had said on a revenue call the company plans to enter five other European countries next year over Norway. he told the reporters on Sunday that he expected Nio would not start importing cars and selling other supplies in Germany until the end of next year. they did not give a specific date.
AR / VR investment :
Custom ET5 sedan custom mirrors can produce an effective screen size of 201 inches in 6 meters, depending on the output.
Nio also announced on Saturday that it has integrated real reality glasses with Nolo, another Chinese startup supported by Nio Capital. Price and other details about the acquisition were not disclosed.