Partner Innovation

Accelerating Automotive Breakthroughs


NVIDIA partners with some of today's most forward-looking automakers, tier-1 suppliers, research, and startup companies to integrate GPU technology and artificial intelligence to develop self-driving cars, trucks, and shuttles. Their innovations in GPU-based supercomputing enable deep learning, natural language processing, and gesture control that will change how people drive cars—and even enable cars to drive people.


NVIDIA is collaborating with Toyota to deliver artificial intelligence hardware and software technologies that will enhance the capabilities of autonomous driving systems planned for market introduction within the next few years. Read More >


At CES 2017, Audi and NVIDIA announced an acceleration of a long- running partnership—this new shared goal will put advanced AI cars on the road starting in 2020. Together, Audi and NVIDIA have been delivering automotive breakthroughs for over a decade. Currently, Audi's award-winning Audi connect display systems are powered by NVIDIA and come in every car they make. Read More >


Tesla Motors and NVIDIA have partnered since the early development of the revolutionary Model S. Today, all Tesla vehicles—Model S, Model X, and the upcoming Model 3—will be equipped with an NVIDIA-powered on-board "supercomputer" that can provide full self-driving capability.  Read More >


Mercedes-Benz and NVIDIA have announced a partnership to bring an NVIDIA AI-powered car to market. The work is part of an ongoing collaboration focused on deep learning and artificial intelligence.  Read More >


Volvo Cars will use the NVIDIA DRIVE PX 2 AI self-driving car computer to power a fleet of 100 Volvo XC90 SUVs starting to hit the road this year in the Swedish carmaker's Drive Me autonomous-car pilot program.  Read More >


Baidu and NVIDIA are collaborating on the world's first, open artificial intelligence self-driving platform for all car makers. The partnership combines Baidu's cloud platform and mapping technology with NVIDIA's self-driving computing platform to develop solutions for HD maps, Level 3 autonomous vehicle control, and automated parking.  Read More >


The world's largest automotive supplier, Bosch, announced a new AI platform for self-driving cars incorporating NVIDIA’s forthcoming Xavier technology.  Read More >


NVIDIA has formed a strategic partnership with ZF and HELLA to deliver AI technology with the New Car Assessment Program (NCAP) safety certification for the mass deployment of self-driving vehicles. Read More >


Autoliv, Volvo, Zenuity, and NVIDIA will work together to create systems that can utilise deep learning to recognise objects in their environment, anticipate potential threats and navigate safely. Learn More >


Honda is our first partner based in Asia to use NVIDIA processors for their in-car audio and information systems. Honda Connect is the world's first infotainment system using embedded Android as the operating system running on Tegra. Read More >


NVIDIA GPUs power the in-car navigation and information systems across the entire line of next-gen BMW cars worldwide. From Mini Coopers to the 7-Series, all BMWs get NVIDIA-powered versions of iDrive, BMWs navigation and vehicle-information system. Read More >


LUXGEN Motor Co. is the first to bring a premium infotainment system to Taiwan's mainstream automobile market. The LUXGEN S3 is a five-seat sub-compact sedan car, equipped with a wide range of advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) features, including the 3D X-View+ 3D vision assist system, the Active Eagle View+ 360 degree camera system, the Side View+ camera system, all managed by THINK+ 4.0 infotainment system powered by NVIDIA. Read More >




NVIDIA automotive solutions are available to automakers, tier 1 suppliers, startups, and research institutions working on the future of transportation.