Another “black technology” of Huawei is exposed, and Wenjie M9 will be launched for the first time

In April this year, Huawei launched a new upgrade of Huawei's smart car solutions on the eve of the Shanghai Auto Show. The new upgrade includes a series of products such as HUAWEI ADS 2.0, Hongmeng Cockpit 3.0, smart car lights, and smart car lights.

Among them, we have already experienced the power of HUAWEI ADS 2.0 and Hongmeng Cockpit 3.0 on the Wenjie M5 smart driving version, while the true features of the other products will not be revealed until the Wenjie M9 is launched in the fourth quarter.

In addition to their XPIXEL smart headlights.

Recently, a suspected demonstration video of Huawei's XPIXEL smart headlights has gone viral on the Internet. The content on the press conference PPT seems to have been realized one by one.

In my opinion, this video can be divided into two stages. When watching the previous paragraph, the psychological activity is probably like this:

Oh, it works just fine.

Can the animation be customized?

But when I saw the following content, I seemed to have lost the ability to speak, so I could only watch the video while keeping my mouth shut.

I divided the functions shown in the video into three levels: ordinary level, advanced level, and heaven-defying level .

Let’s take a look at the “normal level” first.

The so-called "ordinary level" refers to those functions that look ordinary and have little use, but at most bring some emotional value. Although these functions look different, they actually project text or images by changing the brightness of certain areas of the dot matrix headlights.

Including small animations when starting and leaving the car:

Little easter eggs for your significant other on Valentine’s Day:

Animation that follows the music in the car:

And, weather reminder:

Wouldn't it be clearer and easier to read if the weather reminder is placed on the heads-up display or screen? If the weather reminder can still have some practical uses, other functions are more like "doing it for the sake of doing it." Moreover, this is not a difficult function to achieve, and models with similar functions can also be found in the current market.

However, it would not be bad if users could customize the projected animation.

It’s better to take a look directly at the function of “advance class”.

First, there is the distance reminder in car following scenarios:

There is also the most intuitive lane change reminder in the world:

When passing through some narrow roads, the headlights will outline the vehicle's subsequent driving trajectory to avoid scratches, similar to the width-indicating light blanket of the Zhiji L7:

The turning light blanket below will illuminate the entire lane for you when turning.

Compared with those fancy words and patterns, these driving functions are much more practical, right?

What's even more worthy of recognition is that Huawei's smart headlights are very accurate in recognizing lanes. At the same time, they can quickly adjust the brightness when the ambient brightness changes.

Finally, what I call the "defying level" is two functions that combine automatic driving . The first is the relatively basic courtesy of pedestrians.

It can be seen that after turning on automatic assisted driving, the vehicle can inform other traffic participants of the vehicle's status through its headlights. When there are pedestrians on the roadside who need to cross the road, guidance lines will be projected to give way to the pedestrians.

I think the most necessary thing to do is the following function, which I would like to call the "king bomb".

Due to the ban on motorcycles in the urban area, Guangzhou is a city that relies heavily on electric bicycles. When walking on the road after get off work at night, you can often see some electric bicycles driving on the motorway, which is very dangerous, especially in some places where the light is brighter. Dark place.

The "Chuhehanjie" projected by Huawei's smart headlights clearly clarifies the vehicle's next driving trajectory and has a certain warning effect.

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Although Huawei smart headlights have not yet been officially put into production, we can still draw the following conclusion:

Headlights in the future will not be limited to simple lighting. As smart cars further explore user needs, headlights will also become a bridge for communication between the inside and outside of the car window. From simply flashing the high beam to reminding others of changes in driving routes, the amount of information that headlights can carry will also be greatly increased .

Today’s smart electric vehicles are strikingly similar to the smartphone era more than a decade ago.

At the press conference, Yu Chengdong shared his views on the development trend of smart electric vehicles before officially unveiling the new product.

Because I was in charge of Huawei's terminal business ten years ago, my deep feeling at that time was that it would be difficult for many giants to survive such fierce market competition or major changes in the industry.

This is indeed the case. The launch of the iPhone ushered in the era of smartphones, and feature phones have disappeared since then.

Yu Chengdong believes that the "iPhone moment" of intelligent connected cars will appear in 2025, and the person who builds this "iPhone" may really be Huawei.

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