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CnEVPost Newsletter: Li Auto's Li L9 gets over 30,000 orders 72 hours after launch
Li Auto says Li L9 gets over 30,000 orders 72 hours after launch - CnEVPost — cnevpost.com Li Auto's goal of delivering more than 10,000 Li L9 SUVs in September seems certain to be reached.
EV stocks continue rally in Hong Kong, XPeng up 10%, NIO up 2% - CnEVPost NIO is lagging behind its local peers, weighed down by the crash of its test vehicle.
South Korean fund cuts Tesla holdings, favors Chinese EV makers including BYD and XPeng - CnEVPost The fund added to its holdings in Chinese EV makers including BYD and XPeng in March and April after "excessive drops".
Tesla puts 8 Supercharger stations into operation in Chinese mainland in May despite Covid challenges remain - CnEVPost Tesla managed to add some charging facilities in the Chinese mainland in May, even though Covid still poses a serious challenge to its business operations.
Lotus' first EV model, Eletre, to be powered by CATL's Qilin Battery - CnEVPost Lotus has become the latest car brand, after Li Auto and Neta, to be reported to be using CATL's Qilin Battery.
SAIC exploring deep integration of vehicle systems with phones - CnEVPost NIO doesn't seem to be alone in trying to get cell phones to interact better with vehicles.
Huawei-backed AITO to unveil new SUV M7 on July 4 - CnEVPost The AITO Wenjie M7 is expected to be unveiled at Huawei's new product launch on July 4. Previously a Huawei executive said that deliveries are expected to begin at the end of July.
Gotion to build facility in Argentina capable of producing up to 60,000 tons of lithium carbonate per year - CnEVPost Gotion batteries produced in Argentina are expected to be used in Germany, India, the United States, Spain and Vietnam, it said.
Tianqi Lithium said to start trading in Hong Kong on July 13 - CnEVPost It was previously rumored that Tesla would participate in the share subscription for Tianqi Lithium, although this was not confirmed.
BMW's new $2.24 billion plant in China comes online as automaker ups bet on EVs - CnEVPost The opening of the Lydia plant is an important step in BMW's accelerated electrification transition, and it will offer five all-electric models to Chinese customers this year, BMW said.