CnEVPost Newsletter: Neo Park by NIO and Hefei starts construction with initial investment of RMB 50 billion
Neo Park by NIO and Hefei starts construction with initial investment of RMB 50 billion - CnEVPost — cnevpost.com After the Neo Park is completed, NIO can save RMB 3,000 per vehicle in logistics costs.
NIO's first second-gen battery swap station in Shenzhen goes into operation - CnEVPost After NIO's second-generation battery swap stations in Beijing, Guangzhou and Hefei went into operation, the electric vehicle company's first new-generation facility in Shenzhen went into operation on April 29.
NIO president says EV industry has no insurmountable technical obstacles, key to win is business model - CnEVPost For any company, having a long-term vision is the foundation if it wants to build a long-lasting business. Judging from the recent words of NIO executives, we seem to see this in the electric vehicle company.
Huawei denies seeking control of Arcfox and Jinkang - CnEVPost In response to reports earlier today that Huawei is seeking to take control of Arcfox of BAIC's BluePark New Energy and Chongqing Sokon’s Jinkang New Energy, Huawei said "there is no such matter."
Smartphone maker Meizu hints it will announce its foray into car sector on Friday - CnEVPost Meizu posted a poster on Weibo on Thursday, hinting that it will announce its first partner in the automotive space tomorrow.
Baidu to launch world's first fully self-driving Robotaxi service to public on May 2 - CnEVPost Baidu said on Thursday that its Apollo self-driving Robotaxi will officially start regular commercial operations, and the public can start experiencing the world's first fully self-driving cab service from May 2.
State media explains why Internet giants rushing into EV industry - CnEVPost Chinese Internet giants, including Baidu and Xiaomi, have announced their entry into the EV industry, and Chinese state-owned media People's Daily analyzed the reasons behind this in an April 29 report.
China drafts rules to ban smart cars from sending collected data abroad - CnEVPost China drafts rules to ban smart cars from sending collected data abroad
Behind China's EV boom: No one wants to buy a used one - CnEVPost Sales of new energy vehicles in China reached 226,000 units in March, up 2.4 times year-on-year, but no one wants such models in the used car market, state-run media CCTV reported Wednesday.