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NIO: Banyan 2.0.0 released | 6 Leading Intelligence Preemptive Explorations


On May 26, NIO reported the release of Banyan 2.0.0 system, stating the six leading intelligence preemptive explorations:

-Faster system response
-Easier-to-use interface interaction
-More accurate power-up planning
-More efficient service communication
-More thoughtful note reminders
-More powerful intelligent driving algorithm

Banyan 2.0.0 innovates with a full range of experiences and brings more efficient, more emotional, more free and pleasant car experience.

The new system is the first system in the industry to realize the computing power aggregation function. Through heterogeneous capabilities, it brings together unit computing power such as 8155 chips, OrinX and N scalable architectures.

In terms of push time, ES7, 2022 ET7, and ET5 will start to be pushed in late June, EC7, 2023 ET7 will be pushed at the end of June, and the new ES6 will also be pushed at the end of June.

The 2.0 system has also upgraded the new user interface and interactive design, added automatic planning and adding circuit, added the service of exclusive service group in the car, with NOMI added the note function, and the BEV model officially landed on mass-produced vehicles. It can display signal lights and more road marking information, and add remote parking assistance functions.

The intelligent system has brought 20+ version iterations, 200+ new functions, 400+ experience optimizations, and continuous enrichment of the car experience. The new Banyan 2.0.0 brings more than 120 new functions and optimizations, and will continue to evolve in the future, the more use, the newer.