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CnEVPost Newsletter: In China's remote mountainous region, there is a 'Tesla village'
In China's remote mountainous region, there is a 'Tesla village' - CnEVPost — cnevpost.com Some villagers use the Model Y as a mobile vending cart, others use it as a camping facility to host tourists.
WeLion, NIO's rumored solid-state battery supplier, starts construction of 100 GWh project - CnEVPost The first phase of the project is designed to have an annual capacity of 20 GWh of hybrid solid-liquid electrolyte cells and all-solid-state batteries and will go into production this year, according to WeLion.
NIO signs deal with state-owned firm to facilitate export of its swap stations - CnEVPost NIO has signed an agreement with state-owned CNTIC to provide solutions for the export, installation, commissioning and delivery of its battery swap stations.
NIO's battery asset operator begins construction of its technology institute - CnEVPost The first phase of the institute will be over 8,000 square meters in size and is expected to be completed and operational this year.
Deutsche Bank on 'Fab 5' Chinese EV makers' deliveries: Seasonal low point in rear view mirror - CnEVPost Edison Yu's team believes that February's delivery decline reflects the seasonality of the Chinese New Year and that March is expected to see a strong rebound.
Guosheng Securities initiates coverage on Li Auto with Buy rating and $43.9 price target - CnEVPost The price target implies a 44 percent upside.
Jidu to unveil its robot car concept on April 18, three days ahead of Beijing Auto Show - CnEVPost Jidu will hold its first JIDU ROBODay event and unveil its robot car concept on April 18, three days ahead of the Beijing Auto Show, which will be held from April 21 to April 30.
WM Motor becomes latest EV maker to raise prices - CnEVPost The prices of two versions of WM Motor's EX5-Z PRO have been raised by RMB 3,000 and RMB 4,000 respectively.
China's definition of driving automation levels comes into effect - CnEVPost In the Chinese definition, driving automation is divided into six levels, with levels 0-2 being driver assistance, where the system assists humans in performing dynamic driving tasks.