(Yicai Global) April 19 -- Many automobile makers showed off their latest developments in intelligent and electric cars, connected vehicles and sharing-models, as well as innovative products at Auto Shanghai 2019 this week.
Roewe, the brand under SAIC Motor, explored the integration of vehicles and fifth-generation mobile network technologies and launched the Vision-I concept car. Its seats are flexible and adjustable and it also carries a smart interactive system called Skyvision, which overcomes the limitation of screens and can display any content on the locations and materials needed.
Subaru showcases the BRZ sports car model, priced at CNY300,000 (USD44,750), which features the EyeSight driving assistant system, pre-collision braking and a system to prevent the incorrect operation of the throttle when starting up the vehicle.
Lexus's muil-purpose LM model caused a sensation on site at the expo. Lexus aims to take advantage of the scarcity of its owner's Toyota's Alphard model in China.
Chang'an Automobile's Oushang targets youngsters and offers three ways of unlocking cars, namely, smart wristband, facial recognition and shared authorization.
Emerging carmaker Singulato debuted the iC3, which is manufactured according to Toyota's eQ. The small-sized electric vehicle can be used for daily commutes in urban areas, and it boasts a mileage of 300 kilometers on a single charge. Production will start in 2021.
Editor: William Clegg