According to the NEDC cycle, the sedan will have a range of 700 kilometres. Such indicators the manufacturer has reached thanks to the use of the third generation of energy system WM Motor Living Motion.On photo teasers several external lidars on the body of the car are noticeable. The official WM Motor Weibo website says that each of them acts independently. They detect all obstacles in a complex system of urban traffic, including pedestrians. The angle of coverage of the traffic situation is 330 degrees. According to CnEVPost, the M7 electric car has received more than 30 computer vision sensors. These are 5 radars with waves in the millimetre range, 12 ultrasonic radars. In addition, the car has 7 cameras of 8 megapixels each, 4 cameras with panoramic view and a positioning module.
Chinese startup WM Motor has officially unveiled its first electric sedan. The car, named M7, has received 3 separate lidars, which allows the systems to cover the road situation on 330 degrees. The multitude of sensors is a prerequisite for the L5 autopilot being developed by the manufacturer. In addition, the electric car boasts a really long mileage without recharging.

For WM Motor electric sedan became the first experience in such a body, earlier the company released on the Chinese market exclusively SUVs. There have been no details about the M7 since last year, and now finally the startup has shown the exterior of its electric car and revealed some details:
The first electric sedan

WM Motor M7

All unmanned driving systems in the electric sedan are serviced by 4 NVIDIA DRIV Orin-X chips. Together they are capable of doing 1016 trillion operations per second. WM Motor clearly intends to work towards fully autonomous driving. Such a number of electronics, especially taking into account lidars, may cost more than the electric car itself. Recall that in May this year, Tesla abandoned expensive lidars, replacing them solely with machine vision.
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