CnEVPost Newsletter: NIO ES7 deliveries begin as planned; Li L9 deliveries face delays
NIO starts first deliveries of ES7 in multiple cities across China - CnEVPost — cnevpost.com The first owners to get their NIO ES7 delivered come from cities including Beijing, Shanghai, Hefei, Nanjing, Suzhou, Ningbo, Wuhan and Xiamen.
Li Auto's Li L9 first deliveries face delays as power crunch in Sichuan affects range extender supply - CnEVPost Li Auto's range extender production base in Mianyang, Sichuan province, has a planned capacity of 200,000 units in the first phase, with 80,000 units expected in 2022.
XPeng G9 review: A sporty SUV with loads of space, only thing left is pricing - CnEVPost XPeng claims it's the best SUV under 500,000rmb (~$73K) pitting it against the likes of the NIO ES7 & Li Auto L9.
BYD to launch models including Tang, Han, Atto 3 in Europe this fall - CnEVPost Several offline BYD dealership stores in Europe will open in the fall, and the first vehicles are expected to be delivered starting in the fourth quarter, BYD said.
CATL plans to launch condensed matter batteries in 2023 - CnEVPost Condensed battery cells have features including high safety, reliability and good cycle life, said Wu Kai, CATL's chief scientist.
Zeekr to be first brand to use CATL Qilin Battery, Zeekr 001 with 1000 km range to be launched in Q2 2023 - CnEVPost In addition to Zeekr, the Huawei-backed AITO brand will also be one of the first to use the Qilin Battery.
Dongfeng launches electric off-road brand M Hero, unveils two concept vehicles - CnEVPost M Hero's M Tech architecture boasts a power platform with over 1,000 horsepower, allowing the vehicle to accelerate from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in 4.2 seconds.
Human Horizons officially launches 2nd model HiPhi Z, starting at around $88,800 - CnEVPost The HiPhi Z with futuristic design is available in five-seat and four-seat versions with starting prices of RMB 610,000 ($88,800) and 630,000 respectively.
Sichuan, hit by power crunch, begins to restore industrial electricity use - CnEVPost General industrial and commercial electricity use has been fully restored in Sichuan, and power is gradually being restored to large industrial companies, except for some high-energy-consuming enterprises.