Samsung on Wednesday announced the Exynos Auto V920 chip, the company’s third-generation automotive chip for its new in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) system.
For the first time, Samsung and Hyundai Motor announced that the Exynos Auto V920 chip will be installed in Hyundai’s 2025 model year.
Samsung said the Exynos Auto V920 chip follows Arm’s latest automotive driving chip design, with 10 cores and 1.7 times the processing power of the previous generation.
The Exynos Auto V920 chip also supports LPDDR5 and is able to handle six high-resolution screens and up to 12 camera sensors.
The Exynos Auto V920 chip also has enhanced graphics processing capabilities, with a GPU core twice as fast as its predecessor; The chip also further enhances the AI characteristics to meet the intelligent interaction between the driver and the information in the car.
Samsung says the neural processing unit (NPU) is 2.7 times more powerful, which allows the chip to support enhanced driver monitoring features, such as better and faster assessment of the car’s surroundings, resulting in improved overall safety.
Igeekphone also learned from the report that the Exynos Auto V920 also meets the ASIL-B requirements set by the international automotive safety standard ISO 26262, and the chip detects and manages faults in real time to ensure the safety of the IVI system.