Ren: Huawei Will Build Parts, not Cars

China is producing 25 million cars this year and Huawei intends to be at the heart of all of them, a $50 billion market. It’s also a primary supplier to Daimler and Audi in Germany.

Thousands of engineers are working in the Intelligent Car Solution business unit, which was upgraded to the same position as phones in the Consumer Business Group under Yu Chengdong.

So many are working on automotive, some in China believed Huawei would build a car. Ren has now strongly denied that:

Huawei does not build cars, but we focus on ICT technology to help automakers build good cars. In the past two years, despite the constant changes in the external environment, we must be clear that building ICT infrastructure is the historical mission of Huawei. The more difficult it is, the more it cannot be shaken. Therefore, the company once again reiterated: Huawei does not build complete vehicles, but focuses on ICT technology to help auto companies build good cars, build good cars, and become an incremental component provider for intelligent connected cars.uawei does not build cars, but we focus on ICT technology to help automakers build good cars. In the past two years, despite the constant changes in the external environment, we must be clear that building ICT infrastructure is the historical mission of Huawei. The more difficult it is, the more it cannot be shaken. Therefore, the company once again reiterated: Huawei does not build complete vehicles, but focuses on ICT technology to help auto companies build good cars, build good cars, and become an incremental component provider for intelligent connected cars.

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The MDC 600, introduced in 2018, offered chips, platform, operating system, and a development framework for an autonomous car. It’s since become clear that fully autonomous cars are not coming that soon. Caixin reports the 2020 MDCs have a more modest goal:

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