CnEVPost Newsletter: Nio CEO on EV adoption in China; Tesla's new milestone for Shanghai plant
William Li said the openness and fierce competition in the Chinese market were key to the rapid adoption of EVs, implicitly blaming US protectionism.
Nio has entered into a partnership with sports facility operator China Sports Space to pave the way for the further rollout of battery swap stations.
The exterior of the Xpeng G9 2024 will have green, black, gray, white, and silver options, and the first show cars are already available at its stores.
It took 33 months for Giga Shanghai to achieve its first one million vehicles and just 13 months for its second one million vehicles.
The Yoke steering wheel now costs RMB 8,000 as an option in China, four times the previous price.
The Seal DM-i is another attractive option for the mainstream mid- to high-end plug-in hybrid market in China, with the official prices reduced by RMB 10,000 from pre-sale.
The Seal is the sixth model BYD has launched in Brazil after the Tang EV, Han EV, Yuan Plus EV, Song Plus DM-i, and Dolphin EV.
Xiaomi's first EV model is now in the trial production phase, which has been underway for almost a month, according to local media.
DeepRoute expects to set up a European operations center in Germany next year and will release an overseas version of its Driver 3.0 ADAS solution.
China's wholesale sales of passenger NEVs in August were 805,000 units, up 28 percent year-on-year and up 9 percent from July.
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