As players from all walks of life have successively joined the field of car manufacturing, the competitive pressure has gradually increased. In the face of such fierce competition, how can you stand out? In my opinion, “intelligence” may become the biggest weapon. On April 16, WM Motor, a new force in car manufacturing, officially launched its third smart car, the WM Motor W6. Once the car was released, it caused quite a stir, and the biggest selling point was intelligence.
The term “smart car” is not very new, but it is still a hot word in the industry, and it will always be mentioned by major car companies at new product launches. So what is a smart car? The chip is an important half of the question. The chip directly determines the processing speed of the car data and enables the car-machine system to achieve a better interconnection effect. The chip shortage some time ago directly caused many car companies to stop or reduce production, which can also give a glimpse of the importance of chips.
When it comes to car-grade chips, many people think that Tesla is very strong. The HW3.0 chip it carries can calculate 1.44 million times in one second, making it comparable to other car companies for a long time. However, this will become a thing of the past, and the W6 launched by WM Motor can be said to be the strongest brain in the car rim. It is understood that the Weimar W6 is equipped with a Qualcomm 8155 chip, which can calculate 3.6 million times per second in one second, which is equivalent to 2.5 times that of Tesla.
The chip of Weimar W6 can not only crush Tesla, but even disdain the entire automobile industry. At present, most models on the market are equipped with the Qualcomm 820A chip. Compared with the Qualcomm 8155 chip, the Qualcomm 8155 chip has the characteristics of smaller size, larger bandwidth, lower power consumption and stronger performance. Among them, in terms of performance, it is the original computing platform. It is no exaggeration to say that it is a cross-generational product.
Today, both traditional car companies and new car manufacturers are actively embracing the wave of “automotive intelligence” and pursuing higher-performance automotive-grade chips. Although the chip specifications and functions of each brand may be different, the purpose is the same, in order to make smart cars more intelligent.
Source: Automotive Electronics Network
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