No picture full-scene NOA got on the car, and the WEY brand Blue Mountain intelligent driving version made its debut at the Beijing Auto Show


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On April 25, WEY brand new energy unveiled the Blue Mountain Intelligent Driving Edition at the 2024 Beijing International Automobile Exhibition.

For the intelligent driving and power aspects that everyone is most concerned about, WEY brand new energy claims that it applies Great Wall Motor’s vehicle all-domain intelligent solution – Coffee AI (Coffee AI), which covers Coffee Pilot Ultra intelligent driving system and Coffee OS 3 smart space.

The latest Hi4 intelligent four-wheel drive electric hybrid technology has been used for the first time in the Alpine four-wheel drive executive extended version, and WEY brand new energy will also be equipped with Hi4 intelligent four-wheel drive electric hybrid technology on the Blue Mountain intelligent driving version, new Mocha, new latte and other models.

Coffee Pilot Ultra intelligent driving system is the latest generation of Great Wall Motor’s intelligent driving assistance system, which supports no-map full-scene NOA, applies a fully integrated parking system, has cross-layer memory parking, automatic parking, tracking and reversing and other functions, supports 200+ parking space types, has a parking space recognition success rate of 98%, a parking success rate of 98%, and memory parking supports cross-floor and ground parking spaces.

Coffee OS 3 is equipped with Coffee Air Touch, a micro-gesture interaction technology in the in-car space, which allows users to complete a series of commands such as playback, switching, and selecting by pinching, dragging, and clenching fists in the car.

Coffee AI Sound uses the Dolby Atmos 7.1.4 audio layout, equipped with 23 speakers with a peak power of 2440W, and is equipped with the world’s first stereo dynamic to atmos technology.

In addition, WEY also announced that the Blue Mountain Smart Driving Edition will start a large-scale NOA test drive experience in May, and usher in a very “subversive” OTA upgrade, with large voice models and card-type desktops on the car.