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CnEVPost Newsletter: Elon Musk praises Chinese automakers
Elon Musk: Chinese automakers are 'the most competitive in the world' - CnEVPost — cnevpost.com Chinese car companies are the most competitive in the world, and some are very good at software, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said.
NIO's William Li expects China's NEV penetration rate to reach 20% next year - CnEVPost According to China's New Energy Vehicle Industry Development Plan (2021-2035) released last year, the country aims to achieve a 20 percent penetration rate of NEVs by 2025.
NIO puts 10 new battery swap stations into operation, bringing total to 466 - CnEVPost As of September 17, NIO had 466 battery swap stations and 331 supercharging stations in China, offering 2,128 charging piles.
XPeng CEO: LiDAR is less important than camera from perception perspective - CnEVPost The camera must be the most important, just like a person is looking at the whole world with their eyes.
XPeng says P5 has 6,159 orders in 24 hours of official launch - CnEVPost XPeng said today that 90 percent of these new orders are for models that support XPILOT 3.5 and XPILOT 3.0.
XPeng completes performance tests of X2 flying car at 4,180-meter altitude - CnEVPost Test results showed the flying car could take off and land, hover and fly smoothly at an altitude of 4,180 meters with no load and under load, it said.
XPeng says users' cumulative mileage with XPILOT surpasses 100 million km - CnEVPost Users have driven more than 10 million km using NGP (Navigation Guided Pilot), XPeng said.
Behind Tesla's confusing August sales numbers in China - CnEVPost Until now, Tesla's real sales in China in August have remained a mystery.
CATL will put a sodium-ion battery production line into production next year, caixin.com said Friday, citing Meng Xiangfeng, an executive of the Chinese power battery giant, speaking at a forum.
Baidu-backed DeepWay unveils heavy truck that can support up to L4 autonomous driving - CnEVPost DeepWay is targeting June 2023 for mass production of the Xingtu.
GAC Aion, the electric vehicle brand of Chinese automotive giant GAC, announced its ultrafast charging technology at the end of August and said it would first be used in the Aion V series of vehicles. Now, after several warm-ups, the model is now finally coming.
Everyone knows that electric vehicles (EVs) need to get their power from the grid. But have you ever thought that one day your vehicle could power the public grid?