CnEVPost Newsletter: New rumors surface about NIO's 150-kWh pack supplier; Tesla to expand Giga Shanghai capacity
NIO's potential 150-kWh battery supplier reportedly to get investment from Xiaomi, Huawei - CnEVPost — cnevpost.com NIO's 150-kWh semi-solid-state battery supplier is Beijing-based WeLion, and investments from Xiaomi and Huawei are due to bullishness about NIO's support for the company, local media said.
NIO opens new line under Power Up Plan - CnEVPost This is the second power replenishment line NIO has opened this week under the Power Up Plan, and at least the 14th so far this year.
NIO reaches 650 swap stations - CnEVPost As of November 26, NIO had 650 battery swap stations and 496 supercharging stations, providing 2,858 charging posts.
Daiwa Securities raises price target on XPeng HK shares from HK$209 to HK$231 - CnEVPost Daiwa Securities raised their forecast for XPeng's vehicle deliveries next year from 90,000 units to 185,000 units.
Tesla to invest up to $188 million to expand Shanghai plant capacity - CnEVPost The project is expected to begin in December and be completed in April next year, when the factory will increase its workforce by 4,000 to 19,000.
BYD forms joint venture with autonomous driving unicorn Momenta - CnEVPost The move comes after Lotus, a premium brand owned by Geely, formed a joint venture with Momenta earlier this month.
Arcfox α-S with 'Huawei Inside' reportedly to start small-scale deliveries by end of next month - CnEVPost This appears to be a month's delay from the previous plan. The model is the first production vehicle to be equipped with Huawei's smart car solutions.