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CnEVPost Newsletter: NIO Day to go ahead as planned on Dec 18
NIO confirms NIO Day 2021 to go ahead as planned on Dec 18, starts accepting user registrations - CnEVPost — cnevpost.com The theme of this year's NIO Day is "Hello World", which will start at 7:00 pm Beijing time on December 18 and last until 8:30 pm.
NIO, JiDU, Geely lead efforts to develop China's national standard for next-gen steering technology - CnEVPost New steering standards in China, due to take effect in 2022, will allow for new steering designs, but national standards related to the Steer By Wire are still missing.
NIO's OEM JAC sold 16,155 EVs in Nov, up 178% year-on-year - CnEVPost JAC did not specify, but the figure should include the 10,878 vehicles delivered by NIO in November.
XPeng's privacy protection capability endorsed by international agency - CnEVPost XPeng received the ISO 27001 and ISO 27701 certificates from BSI, becoming the first Chinese carmaker to receive both certifications.
BYD's new $2.4 billion parts production project starts construction - CnEVPost The project, which includes an electric assembly plant, motor plant and electric control plant, is expected to be completed by 2024.
Ford China confirms CATL as one of its battery suppliers - CnEVPost Ford's previous power battery supplier in China was BYD and used the latter's 811 ternary lithium battery in its Mustang Mach-E models.
Cadillac builds first supercharging station in China - CnEVPost The supercharger station, located in Shanghai, offers four DC fast-charging piles and is currently open to customers who have pre-ordered the Lyriq free of charge.
Beijing Benz builds new battery production line to be used in EQE model - CnEVPost The battery production line is capable of automated, flexible production and can readily adjust the production capacity of different batteries according to market demand, the company said.
SAIC, CATL JV sees first Cell to Pack production line in operation - CnEVPost CTP, CATL's next-generation technology, was used in the 75-kWh battery pack announced by NIO in late September.