CnEVPost Newsletter: Tesla cuts prices in China
Tesla cut the prices of two pricier versions of the Model Y by RMB 14,000 in China and started offering an RMB 8,000 insurance subsidy for the Model 3 entry-level version in inventory.
Tesla has clarified sentry mode after a Chinese airport banned Tesla vehicles from its parking lot because of the feature.
Xi'an is one of the oldest cities in China, the capital of 13 historical dynasties, and home to the famous Mausoleum of Qin Shi Huang and the Terracotta Warriors.
Fang Cheng Bao today shared images of the exterior of the Leopard 5 on its Chinese social media channels, showing off a number of design details.
The Song L will be built at BYD's three production sites in Shenzhen, Changsha, and Hefei, and will be offered in single-motor and dual-motor versions.
The Denza N7 faces tough competition in its segment. Perhaps it can capture customers, especially with a traditional premium styling, it may find a market amongst a new older demographic.
NWTN will get a 27.5 percent stake in Evergrande NEV and the right to nominate a majority of the board of directors, valuing the Chinese carmaker at $1.82 billion.
Hyundai will work with China's Naas Technology on charging infrastructure, while Kia puts into operation the first supercharging station it built with Shell in China.
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