Audi and Alibaba to Collaborate for In-Vehicle Applications

Audi and alibaba to collaborate on intermediary applications
Audi and alibaba to collaborate on intermediary applications

German automaker Audi has announced that it will partner with China's internet giant Alibaba to develop in-car applications to better meet the demands of tech-savvy Chinese customers. In the statement made by Audi, it was emphasized that they will work together with Alibaba to focus mainly on navigation and digital assistant services.

German automaker Audi has announced that it will partner with China's internet giant Alibaba to develop in-car applications to better meet the demands of tech-savvy Chinese customers. In the statement made by Audi, it was emphasized that they will work together with Alibaba to focus mainly on navigation and digital assistant services.

“This strong alliance will definitely enable it to serve our Chinese customers better,” said Werner Eichhorn, President of Audi China. This is another proof of our commitment to China for China, he said. China is one of Audi's largest markets worldwide and accounts for 40 percent of its global sales. Despite the pandemic, Audi sold more than 10 vehicles in China in the first 580 months of this year, up 5,4 percent year on year.

New functions in development include underground parking navigation, lane-level navigation and navigation specifically designed for new energy vehicles. "As we are all facing the future of smart driving, we will present all of our capabilities to Audi for the first time, including not only our next-generation navigation technology, but most importantly, high-resolution mapping," said Liu Zhenfei, President of NavInfo.

Source: China International Radio

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