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CnEVPost Newsletter: Nio files to use semi-solid-state batteries in more models
Nio has filed to use WeLion's semi-solid battery cells in 11 more models, after filing for three other models five months ago.
Two of the lines will begin mass production this year, while the other is expected to reach mass production by October 2024.
The Nio ET5 Touring was launched in both China and Europe on June 15, with 11,677 units delivered in China to date.
Car makers making smartphones will be a trend in China, and if successful, the model will expand to the global market, Canalys said.
Two models of the Model Y have entered a filing catalog with radar, different style wheels, and front fog lights as options.
Tesla launched the updated Model Y in China on October 1, with minor configuration updates and unchanged pricing. Deliveries of the new Model 3 have yet to begin.
The Dolphin and Seal will be available immediately at BYD stores, while the Atto 3, Han, and Tang have previously been available to Finnish customers.
The Zeekr 001 is offering up to about $11,000 in cumulative limited-time purchase benefits as the company seeks to reach its goal of doubling sales this year compared to last year.
The Leapmotor C10 looks a lot like Li Auto's Li L7 and Li L8, especially the roof LiDAR and the front and rear run-through lights.
Chery and CATL also plan to offer Shenxing Battery-equipped models overseas, tapping into markets in Europe, the Middle East, ASEAN and North America.
HiPhi has eliminated some premium features on the new variant of the HiPhi Z, thereby bringing down the starting price significantly.
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