Qualcomm supplies Snapdragon chips to Megane

publish_time: 2021.09.07

  On September 6, Qualcomm said that it would cooperate with Google to create various forms of immersive in-car experience for Renault's new Mégane E-TECH pure electric vehicle. Renault will use Qualcomm's third-generation Snapdragon Automotive Cockpit Platforms (Snapdragon Automotive Cockpit Platforms) to provide the driving force for the car's advanced infotainment system.


  Megane E-TECH pure electric vehicle (photo source: Renault)


  The car’s infotainment system includes a vertical infotainment touch screen, which supports audio, video and navigation functions, improving the comfort and convenience of driving services. The software and services used by the infotainment system come from Google, including Google Assistant, Google Maps and Google Play. Google is a long-term partner of Qualcomm in the Android mobile phone market.


  The infotainment system of Megane E-TECH pure electric vehicle is designed to meet the growing demand of the automotive industry and consumers for high-quality in-vehicle experience, and it also emphasizes the extremely high competitiveness of this model in the electric vehicle market.


  Megane E-TECH pure electric vehicle will be unveiled at the IAA Mobility 2021 automotive trade show in Munich, Germany in September, and it is expected to be on the market in 2022.


  Qualcomm, headquartered in San Diego, California, is the world's largest supplier of key semiconductor chips for mobile phones. Qualcomm has been expanding into the automotive industry, the company's chips can provide driving force for the dashboard and infotainment system at the same time. Earlier this year, the company announced a chip agreement with General Motors.

         This article is reproduced from Gasgoo.com


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