Xpeng debuts XNGP semi-autonomous driving system to rival Tesla


Xpeng showed off its forthcoming G9 SUV at the Chengdu auto show in August 2022.

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Chinese electric carmaker Xpeng on Monday revealed its most advanced semi-autonomous driving system as it looks to boost appeal for its vehicles amid rising competition.

Xpeng took the wraps off XNGP, its latest advanced driver-assistance system, or ADAS. The software enables the car to carry out some driving functions automatically but requires a driver behind the wheel.

XNGP replaces Xpeng’s Xpilot ADAS system. The company said XNPG will roll out later this year in certain cities in China and it will be available with the G9 Max, its top-spec sport…


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