Our cars are going to get a lot smarter in the next few years. That goes beyond self-driving capabilities. Take the HiPhi X for instance: it is a new self-learning SUV that will be launched at the Beijing Auto Show. It is an all-electric car with an advanced on-board AI assistant that learns by interacting with people. Here is how it works:
[this] self-learning smart vehicle has a “neural network” consisting of 6 “super brain” domain controllers, connected by 1G Ethernet, which provides a higher transmission rate than traditional CAN networks. HiPhi X is able to analyse massive amounts of information and make decisions utilising cloud computing with a powerful data analysis engine
HiPhi X will offer Level 3 autonomous driving at launch. It will have a 0-to-100 km/h time of 3.9 seconds. Its largest battery will have a large of 610km.