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CnEVPost Newsletter: Anhui shows support for NIO; XPeng memory parking; OPPO car-building plans
Anhui shows support for NIO in provincial government document - CnEVPost — cnevpost.com This is the first time we have seen Anhui offer support to NIO in a provincial document after its capital city Hefei, where NIO China is headquartered, offered support to the company.
NIO's LiDAR supplier says it's offering ET7 with a high-performance product - CnEVPost Innovusion's LiDAR, developed in collaboration with NIO, will be a "high-performance product" with a 120-degree ultra-wide viewing angle and ultra-high resolution that can detect up to 500 meters.
NIO Capital invests in online used car dealer Uxin - CnEVPost William Li said that the used car market in China has the potential for exponential growth and believes Uxin will continue to lead the development of the used car market in China.
XPeng starts pushing latest system to P7, memory parking function opens to general users - CnEVPost After about half a month of small-scale user testing, XPeng Motors' memory parking feature has finally been opened to regular users.
OPPO execs reportedly visited Li Auto to speed up car-building plans - CnEVPost OPPO's car-building project is still in the research phase and has not been officially launched yet, but executives from the company recently visited Li Auto to speed up the plan.
BYD's new compact EV applies for regulatory approval, expected to go on sale in Q3 - CnEVPost The new vehicle, previously unveiled at the 2020 Shanghai auto show, had been named EA1 and is based on the BYD e-platform 3.0.
BAIC BluePark's May sales fell 43% year-on-year to 1,197 units - CnEVPost Its cumulative sales from January to May were 5,374 units, down 54.04 percent from 11,692 units in the same period last year.
German auto parts maker ZF Group partners with Chinese startup to tap into local smart driving market - CnEVPost ZF will also take a stake in CalmCar, although the amount of the investment was not disclosed. This is the first time ZF has invested in a local Chinese technology start-up.