Xpeng releasing Xpilot 3.5 with City NGP

Xpeng released details on their latest version of their advanced driver-assistance system, Xpilot 3.5. The main feature of Xpilot 3.5 is City NGP (navigation guided pilot).

City NGP allows Xpeng cars to change lanes, overtake vehicles, enter and exit highways as well as the ability to speed up and slow down. Previously, Xpilot allowed drivers to enjoy many of these features on the highway.

However, the latest update will enable drivers to use the features while highway driving and city driving.

Xpilot 3.5 will be available to owners of Xpeng’s P5 vehicle. The upgrade will be rolled out to customers in the first half of 2022.

In addition, the company confirmed that Xpilot 4.0 is on the horizon. The 4.0 version will include an upgrade on the hardware and will feature a vehicle switch-on to assisted parking.

The company also confirmed that Xpilot 4.0 will arrive in the first half of 2023.

During the announcement, Xpeng also released a new charger for their vehicles. According to Xpeng, the new charger will add 200 km of range after five minutes of charging.

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