As of July, Pony.ai has completed 900,000 driverless trips offered to the public.
The cooperation between Tencent and Trip.com Group’s car rental unit is based on the increasing demand for car rentals in recent years.
The passenger flow is expected to peak on Oct. 1, with 8 million passenger trips.
Tickets to some scenic spots are back to full price.
A total of eight cars were tested, including five new energy vehicles.
On September 6, Petal Travel officially started public testing.
Seventy percent of Shanghai's new cars will be equipped with Level 2 and Level 3 self-driving systems by 2025.
As of July 2022, it had obtained online car-hailing operation licenses in 350 cities across China, which is the largest in the industry at present.
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