MIIT (Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China) announced the recommended national standard for “Automotive Driving Automation Classification”, which will be officially implemented on January 1, 2021. This classification standard is based on the lateral & longitudinal motion control in the dynamic driving task, the ability to detect and respond to some targets and events, the role in the dynamic driving task (driver and system) & fallback and operational design domain, divides into L0 – L5, overall six levels, which is the same with SAE standards. Also, there are some contents are different from the SAE level, in L0-L2, the Chinese standard stipulates that the OEDR (target and event detection, and decision-making tasks) is jointly completed by the system and the driver, but in SAE standard this process is only accomplished by a human driver. Apart from that, the China autonomous standard is roughly the same as SAE classification.