CnEVPost Newsletter: China NEV sales for week ending Mar 5
The NIO ET5 had 2,106 insurance registrations last week, the ET7 had 154 and the ES7 had 227.
China's new energy passenger vehicle penetration at retail in February was 32.1 percent, up 6.4 percentage points from 25.7 percent in January.
Authorities in Hubei province have joined forces with local automakers this month to offer subsidies for car purchases of up to RMB 90,000 yuan ($13,000) for some models.
CATL's battery installations rose 6.5 percent year-on-year in January, below the industry's growth rate of 18.1 percent.
The Toyota bZ3 is priced lower than the BYD Han EV in China, but higher than the BYD Destroyer 05 PHEV.
Spy photos of what is suspected to be Xiaomi's first model have been circulating on Weibo recently, showing the exterior and some of the interior design of the model.
WM Motor will have more than 100 dealership stores in China gradually return to regular service, the company said.
Standard Robots aims to use driverless, robotics and AI technologies to create efficient and flexible logistics solutions to help manufacturing companies improve productivity.
Overseas lithium prices are already at a 20 percent premium to Chinese prices, which is expected to provide support for lithium prices as the export window opens, analysts said.
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