CnEVPost Newsletter: Zeekr, Deepal, and Nio top 3 Chinese brands offering best NEV customer experience
As sales climb, overall customer satisfaction in China's NEV industry slips, according to JD Power.
Nio was chosen in large part because its vehicles have replaceable batteries, according to a Norwegian media report.
The next opportunity is at AIGC and auto, where Xpeng's deeper collaboration with Nvidia is about to begin, the EV maker's CEO said.
The Model 3 sedans Tesla produced in China in 2020 don't come with a power tailgate, and it started to allow owners to pay for an upgrade in February 2022.
The factory's hiring of general workers signals that Xiaomi's EVs are about to enter production, according to local media.
Stellantis has explored potentially working with Chinese EV makers, including Leapmotor, according to Bloomberg.
GM China team and startup Momenta have worked together to create a self-driving solution for the Chinese market.
Nammi has unveiled its first model, the Nammi 01, which is expected to go on sale in the fourth quarter.
China's NEV penetration at retail is expected to be around 37.8 percent in August, up from 36.1 percent in July.
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