Neta Auto has unveiled Hozon Intelligent Technology, its new global technology brand comprised of three sub-brands: Hozon Supercomputing, Hozon Electric Drive, and Hozon Extended Range.

Through each of these sub-brands, Hozon Intelligent Technology is looking to develop three complementary products – a central supercomputing platform for intelligent vehicles, an 800V silicon carbide (SiC) high-performance electric drive system, and a high-efficiency 3-in-1 range extender.

The Hozon central supercomputing platform leverages central computing architecture, and service-oriented architecture, to boost intelligence while remaining adaptable to different platform models. A core objective of the platform is to support future L4 autonomous driving functions. To this end, Neta Auto has equipped the platform with a large memory capacity, a variety of peripheral interfaces, and more than 1,000 TOPS of computing power.

The brand’s 800V SiC high-performance electric drive system is composed of three parts and adopts a built-in cooling circulation structure with a 3-in-1 design. The system’s key highlights include its high pressure, high speed and high efficiency capabilities. For customers, it offers a peak power output of 335 hp (250 kW) and up to 420 Nm (309 lb-ft) of torque. Applicable to both 400V and 800V platforms, the system can help the vehicle travel up to 124 miles (200 km) after five minutes of charging – equivalent to an eight percent battery life increase.

With its compact 3-in-1 range extender, Hozon is looking to support high efficiency and added tranquility at a low cost. Here, the system provides four power operation modes: all electric; extended range drive & battery charging; extended range & battery drive; and security guard.

While Neta Auto detailed the intended offerings of its new automotive technology brand, it has not yet confirmed a timeframe for when these products are expected to roll out in the future.