China's Niu Technologies released the world's first self-driving three-wheeled electric motorcycle TQi at CES 2020. It supports 5G communication and has a range of 200km.
As the beginning of urban travel in the next ten years, the self-driving three-wheeled electric motorcycle TQi will be officially launched in the second half of 2020.
TQi is Niu Technologies' first self-driving three-wheeled electric motorcycle. Its shape adopts a penetrating semi-enclosed body and a body-type ceiling design. It continues and enriches the design language of NIU and can travel around the clock.
According to reports, TQi uses vehicle distance radar and ADAS to control vehicle braking and steering, ACC adaptive cruise, and is equipped with a pre-collision system and an automatic parking system. Through 360-degree monitoring of cameras, sensors, radar, etc., it can achieve L2 level automatic driving.
At the same time, TQi is also equipped with a dual front wheel self-balancing system, using a new balance controller, which senses the inclination of the car body in real time and controls the extension and contraction of the front wheel balance bar.
In addition, TQi is also equipped with multi-state driving assistance systems such as SRS airbags, ABS anti-lock braking systems, and TC traction control.
It is understood that the highest speed of TQi under dual electric drive can reach 80km / h, and the cruising range can reach 200km. It supports smart chargers and smart charging piles.
According to Hu Yilin, founder and vice president of research and development of Niu Technologies, TQi will be officially listed in the second half of 2020.