Li Auto response to Li L9 rear-end collision

On May 11, the topic “Li L9 misidentified advertisements as real vehicles and led to a rear-end collision” caused controversy. An owner of a Li L9 in Xiangyang, Hubei Province claimed that while driving on the highway with the assistance of the driving system, the vehicle recognized the image of a small truck on a tall billboard and suddenly slammed on the brakes, causing it to reverse. End collision.

The person involved deleted the comments on the media platform. The car owner previously claimed: “Due to problems with the vehicle, an unregistered new car turned into a damaged vehicle in an accident and demanded 20,000 yuan in compensation from the manufacturer.” Regarding the compensation: Li AutoThe 4S store suggested compensation of 4,000 yuan in cash as a solution. No agreement has yet been reached with the car owner.

The current Li car Officials responded that the cause of the accident was actually that “the onboard system incorrectly identified an advertising image as a real vehicle” and that “subsequent improvements will be made to the software system.”

At present, intelligent driving technology for new energy vehicles is generally at the L2 stage, and systems and algorithms of various brands are not yet mature enough to completely replace the driver in controlling vehicles.

According to the national recommended standard “Classification of Automotive Driving Automation”, Level 2 driving automation is classified as combined driving assistance, where the driver and the system are the main subjects for target and event detection and response. The responsibility still lies with the human driver.

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