Razer Works with Leap Motor to Bring its Chroma Lighting to Cars

Razer, the gaming peripherals provider which is famous for its LED-encrusted keyboard, has step into the automotive business with its Chroma lighting integrated in cars through the partnership with Leap Motor, a Chinese electric car startup.

On January 3rd, Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan announced on his Instagram that the company has teamed up with Leap Motor for adopting its Chroma lighting to automotive applications. He said, “Razer Chroma is the world's largest RGB platform and I'm excited to announce that Leapmotor, the hot electric car startup from China, will also be integrating Chroma in their cars.”

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Established in 2015, Leap Motor is a China-based startup which design and manufacture electric vehicles. The company has developed its own automotive driving and IoT systems and officially released its S01 model on January 3rd. However, further details about how Razer’s RGB lighting technology could be integrated in Leap Motor’s car were not revealed yet. It is expected that Chroma RGB lighting would be utilized for interior lighting with functions like informing users about the battery level of the car.

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