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Huawei-Zhixing signs memorandum to create new smart cockpit solutions



Huawei smart cockpit solutions

Huawei has recently signed a new memorandum with Junlian Zhixing cooperation to create unique smart cockpit solutions. Accordingly, the Chinese manufacturer is trying to widen its car solution platform and make it more effective for users.

Junlian Zhixing is a subsidiary firm of Joyson Electronics. In 2021, the company came in touch with Huawei to develop excellent inventions for SUV models. Once again, both cooperations have joined hands to create some more new solutions.

According to the latest information, Huawei initiated a comprehensive memorandum with Zhixing to stretch its smart cockpit solutions. In other words, both parties will invent smart travel-based solutions for the HiCar models.

Currently, Huawei has begun research and development in this aspect. The company is inspecting the mass-produced HiCar models equipped with compatible auto parts and components.

At the same time, the information also suggests that Huawei will add some new features to the HarmonyOS smart cockpits. Eventually, this would be an advantage to all the smart vehicles that are using the HarmonyOS car operating system.

It’s worth mentioning that Joyson firm and its subsidiaries have extended their partnership with Huawei. Undoubtedly, the reason is the unified and coherent performance of Huawei smart car solutions and other products.

Huawei smart cockpit solutions

Beginning of smart cockpit evolution

On the other hand, Joyson also believes that this cooperation will introduce new facilities and smart travel services in the market. As a result, users will experience more efficient and productive traveling in their vehicles.

Alongside this, Joyson also informs that this initiation will add fuel to the technical concepts and cockpit evolution. Moreover, it will help in developing both brands in the market and evaluating a new value.

Significantly, this will also offer a unified and durable cockpit experience to users. So far, Huawei has begun its tick-tacks on this matter. And it would be worth seeing what new additions the company will bring to its upcoming HarmonyOS cockpit systems.


Yash is a graduate of computer science and followed his way into journalism, he is interested in various subjects related to technologies and politics. Yash likes to listen classical songs and has a huge library of classical mixes.