The Chinese intelligent driving technology company, Human Horizons, has unveiled more details on the ultra-futuristic digital GT HiPhi Z. The new model is equipped with a 120kWh high-performance battery pack using Cell to Pack (CTP) technology and cooling liquids to offer heat diffusion and prevent fires whilst providing up to 705 kilometers of battery life.
On the exterior, the HiPhi Z features the world’s first wrap-around Star-Ring ISD light curtain on a passenger vehicle consisting of 4066 individually LEDs which can interact with passengers, drivers, and the world around it.
The doors feature a smart ISD interactive system and ultra-wideband (UWB) wireless communication technology with 10cm-level positioning, allowing for automatic detection of people, keys, and other vehicles, resulting in a smart adjusted door opening in terms of both speed and angle.
Inside the cabin is an ultra-futuristic spaceship-like digital setup featuring HiPhi Bot, an AI companion that can automatically adjust aspects of the driving and passenger experience.
HiPhi Bot is also able to interact with passengers. It comes equipped with the world’s only vehicle-grade, 4-degrees of freedom (DOF), 8-direction infinitely adjustable, high-speed motion robotic arm which can move back and forth in place in less than a second and features control accuracy of up to 0.001mm, being able to perform a variety of delicate movements with barely a noise.
Official rollout dates are scheduled to be announced at the Chengdu Auto Show in August,
Ding Lei, founder, CEO, and chairman of HiPhi, says: “Designed and manufactured exclusively by Human Horizons, the HiPhi Z is a testament to the company’s dedication to technological advancement, sparing no expense in testing the boundaries of creation. Through rigorous testing and development, the HiPhi Z has retained more than 95% of its production intents revealed previously.”
Human Horizons is established for R&D in innovative and leading intelligent mobility technologies as well as the industrialization of future-oriented smart vehicles.