GM to launch 5G-connected vehicles in China starting in 2022


Julian Blissett, GM executive vice president and president of GM China, speaks during the automaker’s “Tech Day” for China on Aug. 19, 2020.


General Motors plans to launch vehicles capable of 5G connectivity for Chinese consumers beginning in 2022, providing the groundwork to expand the company’s in-vehicle and connected technologies.

The upgrade from its current new vehicles with 4G LTE in North America and China will provide faster connectivity for remote, or over-the-air, updates as well as communications with other connected vehicles and infrastructure. It will also better enable technologies such as autonomous vehicles and advanced driver-assist systems, which depend on connectivity…


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