According to the media reports, it is said that Huawei’s follow-up overall plan for the “car building” project includes 6 products, including three sedans, one MPV model, and two SUV models.
Allegedly, the size of the new SUV is larger than that of the M5, which is a large SUV and a super large SUV.
AITO M5 is the first model of the high-end brand AITO jointly created by Celis and Huawei, starting from 249,800 yuan and starting delivery on March 5. AITO M5 is the first model equipped with a Huawei HarmonyOS cockpit. The core power also comes from Huawei, and the whole car is also deeply involved in the R&D and manufacturing of Huawei.
Specifically, AITO M5 is equipped with a Huawei HarmonyOS vehicle system and HUAWEI DriveOne three-electric system. It adopts a 1.5T four-cylinder range extender specially designed for the range extension system, with a 15:1 compression ratio and 41% thermal efficiency.
AITO M5 has a built-in 10.4-inch curved full LCD instrument panel and a 15.6-inch central control large screen. It is equipped with Huawei Harmony OS, and the system fluency is comparable to that of Huawei mobile phones and tablets.
According to Yu Chengdong, in addition to automotive hardware, Huawei is deeply involved in other designs, and sales are also dominated by Huawei. Huawei’s goal is to build the AITO brand into the TOP 3 global new energy brand within 5 years, but the market is not optimistic about the well-off.
With the nationwide delivery of AITO M5, “Huawei Auto” has once again become the focus of the industry. Although the official delivery volume has not yet been announced, the industry said that the number of users who go to Huawei stores to consult and see the car is increasing.