Lynk & Co ZERO announces its three powertrains, followed closely by information on assisted driving.

The performance parameters of the three-electric system of Lynk & Co ZERO, which was released on September 23, were amazing. The information on the assisted driving was also revealed on September 24.

According to official sources, ZERO will use two EyeQ5H chips provided by Mobileye to create an autonomous driving assistance system called CoPilot. The system is scheduled to be officially delivered in the autumn of 2021.

Let’s see which vehicle, Lynk & Co ZERO or BMW iNEXT, will be the first to use the Eye5 chip in mass production and delivery.

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