Chinese carmaker Geely’s Swedish subsidiary Lynk & Co releases new model with the country’s first self-developed automotive-grade 7nm mass-produced chips
Chinese article by 栗盼盼
English Editor 张未名
09-12 15:14

By Li Panpan

(JW Insights) Sep 11 -- Chinese carmaker Geely Automobile’s subsidiary Lynk & Co released its new model recently in Beijing, with the country’s first self-developed automotive-grade 7nm mass-produced chips, JW Insights reported.

The automotive-grade chip called Longying No.1, and price of the model starts from RMB208,800 ($28,775.39).

The 7nm chips are integrated into the Antola 1000Pro computing platform, with NPU computing power up to 16TOPS and processing capabilities at the leading level in the industry, fully meeting the various intelligent needs of the cockpit.

Lynk & Co 08 is also the first to use the industry-leading mobile phone and car interconnection solution - Flyme Link, which allows users to enjoy the smooth experience of hands-on car-phone connection with a tailored operation interface. The model has a range of up to 1,400 kilometers.

Lynk & Co is a Chinese-Swedish automobile brand owned by Geely Automobile Holdings. Founded in Gothenburg, Sweden, in 2016, the brand focuses on internet connectivity and innovative purchasing models and targets a young professional demographic.

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