Chinese EV maker Li Auto assembling team in Singapore to work on SiC chips, sources say
Nov.22,2023

Asian Tech Press (Nov 22) -- Chinese electric car startup Li Auto (NASDAQ: LI) is currently building a team in Singapore to work on SiC power chips, according to Chinese media outlet LatePost.

Li Auto recently posted five Singapore job openings, including general manager, SiC power module failure analysis/phyical analysis expert, SiC power module design expert, SiC power module process expert, and SiC power module electrical design expert, according to job-seeking social platform LinkedIn.

In addition to SiC power chips, Li Auto is also working on AI inference chips for smart driving scenarios, something it is currently focusing on.

LatePost said in an article on Tuesday that Li Auto's chip departments currently have more than 160 employees, scattered across Beijing, Shanghai, Silicon Valley and Singapore.

It also revealed that some of these departments have begun to implement the "big and small week" (single and double break cycle) mechanism.

It also revealed that some of these departments have begun to implement an alternating five-day workweek. With this schedule, an employee works six days one week, and five the next.

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