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Electric cars in China

Huawei unveils HarmonyOS-based EV developed with BAIC

Premium cars to be mass-produced later this year, taking aim at Tesla

SHANGHAI -- Huawei Technologies launched five automated-driving solutions Sunday, including one that runs on its HarmonyOS operating system.

The products, which will be mass-produced in cars to be co-developed with automakers later this year, is part of the telecommunications hardware company's $1 billion investment in self-driving and electric-vehicle research in 2021 to capture the rising demand for electrics in the world's largest auto market.

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