CnEVPost Newsletter: NIO aims to develop one phone per year; BYD working on new SUV
NIO aims to develop one phone per year, like Apple - CnEVPost — cnevpost.com NIO is moving forward with phone-making, and what it wants to do is simply to build a phone that works well for its users, according to William Li.
BYD reportedly working on new SUV Sea Lion - CnEVPost BYD is building an SUV called BYD Sea Lion, which could compete with Tesla's Model Y and is expected to be launched in the third quarter of this year, according to local media.
BYD to showcase its passenger car lineup at Paris Motor Show in October - CnEVPost BYD's new energy passenger car offerings are expected to go on sale and be delivered in Europe in the fourth quarter, the company said, without revealing exactly which models.
Dongfeng confirms new brand to focus on luxury new energy off-road vehicles - CnEVPost The brand will have an industrial park with a planned capacity of 100,000 vehicles and is scheduled to go into production in 2023.
AITO M5's all-electric version opens for pre-order, official launch set for September - CnEVPost Huawei's Richard Yu announced Wednesday that the AITO M5 EV is now available for pre-order at AITO as well as through Huawei's channels.
Lenovo hiring auto talents to build capabilities in smart cockpit, autonomous driving - CnEVPost Lenovo CEO had said that the company will not build cars, but will put limited resources and efforts on the already clear track, which is the intelligent transformation.
The joint venture plans to begin small-scale deliveries of robotrucks in 2022 and 2023, with mass production of L4 trucks to begin in 2024.
Shanghai aims to see over 50% of vehicle sales be purely electric by 2025 - CnEVPost Shanghai is accelerating the full electrification of public sector vehicles and encouraging the private sector to buy electric passenger cars, according to a carbon peak implementation plan.
Local brands lead across the board in NEV consumer appeal in China - CnEVPost NIO ES8 ranked No. 1 in the luxury pure electric market, Li ONE ranked No. 1 in the mainstream plug-in hybrid market, and XPeng P7 ranked No. 1 in the mid-size pure electric sedan market.