Chinese automaker Geely has launched an electric vehicle (EV) powered by the 7nm on-board chip “SE1000“.
🟦Geely Announces China’s First EV with 7nm Automotive Chips
Livan, a subsidiary of Chinese automaker Geely, has launched the new Livian7 EV. It is equipped with China’s first 7nm on-board chip, the SE1000, and is equipped with a large display and voice assistant as standard. The display features a 15.4-inch center display and a 9.2-inch LCD instrument panel to provide a wealth of information and entertainment.
🟦7nm Process Chip SE1000
The chip was not developed by American companies like Qualcomm or Nvidia. It was developed by Siengine, a joint venture between Geely Automobile and ARMChina. The SoC has 8 CPU cores and 14 GPU cores. SE1000 has a built-in AI NPU and supports 8TOPS neural network processing. It also meets the AEC-Q100 of Grade-3 of automotive reliability standard.
Chinese automaker Geely has launched an electric vehicle (EV) powered by the 7nm on-board chip “SE1000“. The chip was not developed by a US company, but is made in China.
Automotive chips such as Nvidia’s Orin and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon SA8155 have also entered the era of 7nm process technology.