Parade of 55 Chinese autonomous SUVs sets Guinness record


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A new Guinness record for the largest self-driving car parade has been set by a Chinese car brand.

China recently has written its name in the Guinness book of world records, concretely, a fleet of fifty-five CS55 SUVs from Changan car manufacturer has made it to become the biggest autonomous car parade.

Changan employees at one of its events

Changan has just settled their name in the Guinness Book of World Records with the biggest auto-driving parade

55 self-driving SUVs of a Chinese brand being tested on the road

It includes 55 self-driving SUV

Video: Parade of 55 autonomous SUVs! Chinese automaker sets new Guinness record

Besides the world record of the largest auto-driving parade that covers a distance of 3.2 kilometers, Changan also introduced their first commercial-oriented application, which is the L4-level self-driving application that allows users to control the automatic redelivery and pickup from far distance, specifically autonomously driving and parking.

Changan is one in the “Big Four” of Chinese carmakers and was honoured to have got permission to conduct tests on smart vehicle systems on California public roads since November 2017. Changan is also known to produce many passenger cars branded by Suzuki, Mazda, Peugeot, and Ford for its home market.

The Chinese carmaker also co-operates with Jiangling Motors to make Landwind SUVs just like the Landwind 7, the Range Rover Evoque's clone.

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