Discover more from CnEVPost Newsletter
CnEVPost Newsletter: China NEV insurance registrations; Tesla opens Supercharger network in China to other brands
NIO sold 2,000 units last week, up from 700 the week before and 1,316 in the first week of April.
April passenger vehicle sales in China are expected to be around 1.57 million units, down 1.3 percent from March, the CPCA said.
NIO offered similar benefits during the Chinese New Year holiday earlier in the year and saw a surge in battery swap services.
The wait information for the NIO ES7 last changed on April 17, when it went from about 2 weeks to 3-5 weeks.
Tesla is initially opening 10 Supercharger stations in the Chinese mainland for 37 non-Tesla models.
Denza has yet to announce the price of the N7, though it is expected to target the RMB 400,000 market.
This means Zeekr has delivered 6,818 vehicles so far this month, considering it had 93,182 cumulative deliveries through the end of March.
Evergrande NEV said it plans to resume production of the Hengchi 5 in May.
Automakers can voluntarily apply for storage of positive credits when the supply exceeds demand, and release credits when the supply is less than demand.
Thanks for reading CnEVPost Newsletter! Subscribe for free to receive new posts and support my work.