Last year, Huawei released its first HarmonyOS-powered car, the AITO M5. The new car is positioned as a smart luxury SUV, equipped with Huawei’s DriveONE pure electric drive extended-range platform and HarmonyOS smart cockpit.
According to the official battle report, on May 4, Wenjie M5 exceeded 1,000 units in a single day. In February this year, Huawei executive director, terminal BG CEO, and smart car solution BU CEO Yu Chengdong explained highly of the battery life of the M5. He said that on the morning of the second day of the new year, he used the M5 from Driving back to Shenzhen from my hometown in Anhui, the one-way trip is 1,400 kilometers.
The fuel priority mode is adopted. Only a little fuel is added at the expressway service station, and the whole journey is completed.