China News Service, Shanghai, June 18 (Zhou Zhuoao) "We expect that China's electric vehicle production and sales growth rate will remain above 40% in the next five years, and by 2025, the proportion of new electric vehicles will exceed 20%." China Auto Fu Bingfeng, executive vice president and secretary-general of the Industrial Association, pointed out at the 11th China Automotive Forum on the 18th that China’s auto industry is accelerating the formation of an electrification pattern, and the development of intelligent networked vehicles is synchronized with the world and has obvious market advantages. An important driving force for transformation and upgrading.

  Fu Bingfeng said that in the next 15 years, the auto industry will continue to evolve towards electrification, connectivity, and intelligence. This is a "chase" for global auto companies to race against time.

Chinese car companies must base themselves on the domestic home market to make Chinese brands bigger and stronger, and they must continue to work with outstanding foreign partners to accelerate their integration into the global auto market.

  Looking back on the past, China’s automobile industry has achieved rapid development. Since 2009, China has consistently ranked first in global automobile production and sales for 12 consecutive years, and has completed large-scale industrialization in the field of new energy. No. 1 in the world, and effective integration of the upstream and downstream of the industrial chain. Core technologies such as batteries, motors, and electronic control are basically independent and controllable.

  "2020 is the year of transition for new energy vehicles. Global sales of electric vehicles have increased by 41%, while China is the world's largest market. New energy vehicle sales have exceeded 1.3 million, and the number of new energy vehicles has been close to 5 million." Christoph Wolff, executive member of the Economic Forum and head of the global future transportation platform, said that the Chinese market is shifting from policy-driven to market-driven, and various new technologies, new products, and new business models continue to emerge.

The listing of blade batteries, the development of charging infrastructure networks, the upward breakthrough of local brands, and the development of the battery-as-a-service model have jointly promoted the vigorous development of China's new energy vehicles.

  "Electric drive, intelligent network connection, and low-carbon travel have become the main directions of the transformation and transformation of the global automobile industry." Wan Gang, vice chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference and chairman of the China Association for Science and Technology, said that electric drive is a technological change in automotive energy and drive systems and will lead the global automobile The transformation and upgrading of the industry to new energy vehicles has become a sign of the core competitiveness of the automotive industry.

Electric drive will also lead to systematic changes in automotive power electronic architecture and intelligent control systems.

  Wan Gang believes that at present, China and major developed countries have successively put forward the development vision of achieving "carbon neutrality". International auto companies have successively proposed their own "carbon footprint" plans. The concerted action of "carbon neutrality" by the international community will further force the automobile industry. Accelerate the transformation of electrification.

  In fact, the power, industry, and transportation industries, as major carbon dioxide emitters, emit more than 80% of the total emissions, and the automobile industry plays an important role in connecting these three industries.

  "Promoting the electrification of vehicles and improving the economics of fuel vehicles, including battery recycling, will become an important way for the automotive industry to achieve carbon peaks and carbon neutrality in the future. The establishment of a full life cycle carbon neutralization technology and management system is an inevitable development for enterprises. Requirements. Under the dual-carbon strategy, car companies will also find a new balance in industrial policies, product structure, and corporate revenue." said Liu Changqing, general manager of the strategic management department of China FAW Group Co., Ltd.

  Zhang Xiyong, general manager of Beijing Automotive Group Co., Ltd. pointed out that the accelerated integration of automobiles and energy systems, and the use of energy storage batteries as a medium, will make automobiles one of the important carriers of new clean energy.

The most representative one is the "replacement" business model: cars become mobile energy storage units. In the future, smart cities will be combined to solve the instability of renewable energy such as photovoltaics and wind power, which will play a significant role in achieving the dual-carbon goals.

  Miao Wei, deputy director of the Economic Committee of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, said that in the “first half” marked by the development of new energy vehicles, China’s automobile industry was in a leading position in the world. After sounding, China's auto industry will not be able to slack in the slightest. It still needs to continue to work hard and cooperate with multiple parties to build a Chinese standard intelligent networked car system and propose a Chinese plan to the world's cars.