CnEVPost Newsletter: Tesla's rumored timeline for new EVs; Neta to launch shooting-brake model
Last month, a Chinese media outlet reported that Tesla was planning to restart the third phase of its Shanghai factory, possibly focusing on a $25,000 model.
The Model S and Model X are not produced locally in China, and they have had expected delivery dates of the first quarter of 2024 for the past few months.
DJI Automotive and Huawei's automotive business will be options that must be considered by established carmakers that are short on smart driving R&D, local media said.
The LS6 went on sale in October 2023 and is a Tesla Model Y competitor.
The Neta model, codenamed EP41, will be the third shooting-brake style model launched by a Chinese EV maker after the Zeekr 001 and the Nio ET5 Touring.
As the global war for NEV market share intensifies, the company could get an edge through its joint venture with US-European auto giant Stellantis.
China's NEV sales performance didn't continue to deteriorate last week, despite the beginning of the year usually is a low point for sales.
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