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NIO Banyan 2.0.0 CN version update rolled out: smart cockpit, smart driving and other more

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NIO Banyan 2.0.0 CN version update rolled out: smart cockpit, smart driving and other more

NIO intelligent system Banyan 2.0.0 CN has been officially released, bringing more than 120 new functions and experience optimization, covering the smart cockpit, NOMI, driving experience, and worry-free mileage Multiple modules such as intelligent driving.

The update that, in terms of system, the performance of the overall intelligent system has been optimized, and the computing power distribution of existing functions has been redistributed through heterogeneous integration, and the startup speed, fluency, application startup speed and touch control The following speed has been significantly improved compared with the previous version.

In terms of maps and navigation, the structural style of the map main interface, address search and route planning interfaces has been adjusted, and the route planning has added support for displaying the arrival time of the destination, supporting the along-the-way planning function, and optimizing the surrounding search function.

In terms of smart driving, NOP + Enhanced Pilot Assist Beta experience upgrade, added the ability to shift away from the guardrail on narrow roads and sharp curves, the ability to pre-decelerate in advance, and the Beta version of emergency lane change avoidance during construction, but it is still not possible to avoid all of them safely. Construction and road repair sections cannot pass safely on construction roads; the experience of frequent start-stop, acceleration and deceleration of NOP+ Beta has been improved, the frequency of NOP+ downgrade has been reduced, and the traffic efficiency on urban expressways has been improved.

ESD Dynamic Environment Simulation Display 2.0:

  • Added instrument ESD display for traffic lights (including left and right turns), zebra crossings, stop lines, curbs, double solid lines, and urban elements of ground traffic signs
  • Added an instrument ESD dynamic environment simulation display for the identification of other vehicles’ turn signals, brake lights, and double flashing lights
  • Enhanced the stability of the 360-degree environment perception of the self-vehicle, and greatly improved the display jitter of the side front, side rear and large vehicles.