From April 18th to 27th, the 20th Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition (referred to as the Shanghai International Auto Show) was held at the National Exhibition and Convention Center in Shanghai, where Meizu and Ecarx jointly appeared at booth 6A09 in Hall 6.1. At this auto show, not only did Meizu showcase the Ecarx Antares 1000 Pro + Flyme Auto interactive experience booth, but Polestar also announced during the exhibition that they will fully develop a coupe SUV based on the Flyme Auto Core.
During the Shanghai International Auto Show, the Flyme Auto smart cockpit operating system jointly created by Meizu and Ecarx became the focus of the auto show. Representatives from global auto brands, domestic auto groups, and new energy vehicle brands, including Polestar, FAW, and Mercedes-Benz, visited the booth to experience the integration of automotive intelligent solutions and the demonstration of real machine products.
Polestar CEO Thomas stated during the Shanghai International Auto Show that Polestar will try to provide products and solutions that better meet the needs of local consumers, and that Flyme Auto Core can provide a more seamless application ecosystem for Polestar.
Flyme Auto Core is the core component of the Flyme Auto intelligent automotive system, responsible for providing the basic framework to support various functions of Flyme Auto and bringing them to the car cockpit. It also provides an ecological underlying framework, including an app store, game space, theme center, browser, etc., to facilitate developers to create ecological applications and integrate them into Flyme Auto.
Flyme Auto Core also supports FlymeLink, scenario engine, AI voice, etc., providing users with cross-screen interconnectivity and a one-stop entertainment experience.
As an intelligent cockpit operating system that spans both the consumer electronics and automotive industries, Flyme Auto changes the architecture of intelligent automotive technology, making upgrading your phone equivalent to upgrading your vehicle configuration, becoming the “sixth domain” beyond the traditional five domains of the automotive industry (powertrain, chassis, body, cockpit, and autonomous driving) – the “phone domain”.
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