China News Service, Beijing, September 18th (Reporter Zhang Su) According to a report released recently, it is expected that by 2025, China’s PA (partially autonomous driving) and CA (conditional autonomous driving)-level intelligent networked vehicles will account for that year’s sales volume. The proportion of total car sales will exceed 50%.

  The "14th Five-Year Plan" Industry Impact Outlook-Manufacturing and Automotive" (hereinafter referred to as the "Report") report is released by KPMG.

Wu Guoqiang, vice chairman of KPMG China, said that driven by the “new infrastructure” represented by 5G, industrial Internet, and big data centers, the manufacturing industry will usher in a new round of transformation and upgrading, and China’s auto industry will also usher in industrial transformation and upgrading. The critical period.

  The "Report" believes that during the "14th Five-Year Plan" period, the manufacturing industry's transition to intelligence is expected to further accelerate, and the acceleration of the traditional manufacturing industry's digitalization process will bring massive amounts of data.

In the past decade or so, the rapid development of technologies such as the Internet of Things, 5G, artificial intelligence, and digital twins has brought huge advances in computing power and algorithms. The increasing integration of the three will form a "data + computing power + algorithm" as the core Intelligent manufacturing technology system.

  "The intelligent manufacturing system will further promote each other with the digitalization process, and reshape the production process of traditional manufacturing." KPMG China's industrial manufacturing industry managing partner Norbert suggested that on the one hand, "make up for shortcomings" and achieve core technology independence, safety and security. Reliable; on the other hand, "forging a long board" to enhance the industrial chain and manufacturing cluster advantages.

  Some analysts say that the added value of the automobile manufacturing industry accounts for about 7% of the total industrial added value, and the automobile industry has a long chain, wide coverage, and many related industries, which have a very obvious driving effect on industrial growth.

  The "Report" predicts that by 2025, China's PA (partially automated driving) and CA (conditional automated driving) level intelligent networked vehicles will account for more than 50% of the total vehicle sales that year. C-V2X (using cellular communications as a The basic mobile Internet of Vehicles) terminal new car assembly rate reaches 50%, and highly autonomous vehicles first realize commercial applications in specific scenarios and limited areas, and continue to expand the scope of operation.

In 2035, various types of connected highly autonomous vehicles will be widely popularized in China.

In the future, the "new four modernizations" of automobiles with electrification, intelligence, connectivity, and sharing as the trends will reshape the pattern of the automobile industry.

  KPMG China East and West China Automotive Industry Leader Xu Kanling said that China's new energy vehicle industry has been developed for more than ten years. Under the strong promotion of national policies, China's new energy vehicle industry has accumulated considerable first-mover advantages and scale advantages.

  The reporter also learned that at the upcoming "Lujiazui Industry Finance Forum 2021 Annual Meeting (11th)-From Lujiazui to Auto City, Finance Empowers the Digital Transformation of the Auto Industry", KPMG will release the "China Auto Technology 50" list one. (over)