Tencent wants to be foreign automakers’ go-to company for tech in China’s electric car market

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Tencent launched Friday an all-in-one cloud product for domestic and overseas automakers in China with features ranging from storing data in a way optimized for training autonomous driving systems to giving drivers access to Tencent's social media and map apps.BMW and some U.S. automakers are already working with the company, Liu Shuquan, vice president of Tencent Intelligent Mobility, told CNBC on Friday. He declined to specify which American carmakers it's working with.Liu said his company partners with nearly 40 auto brands, including BMW, SAIC and Nio, and covering 120 vehicle models.

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