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CnEVPost Newsletter: NIO ES7's new launch date; BYD's huge order backlog
NIO to unveil ES7 at end of May, instead of April as originally planned - CnEVPost — cnevpost.com NIO originally planned to unveil the ES7 in April, but with the Beijing auto show set to be postponed, the SUV's launch will also be later than originally planned.
NIO explains capabilities of LiDAR on board ET7 in new video - CnEVPost NIO today released a video that explains the performance of ET7's LiDAR, which it developed in collaboration with Innovusion.
NIO-backed AR firm Nreal closes $60 million new funding round led by Alibaba - CnEVPost NIO announced the panoramic digital cockpit PanoCinema when it unveiled the ET5 sedan, and introduced the first AR device built jointly by it and Nreal.
Li Auto says L9 to come with its smart driving system called AD Max - CnEVPost Li Auto L9's smart driving computing platform includes two Nvidia Orin-X processors with a total computing power of 508 Tops.
BYD's order backlog reportedly reaches 400,000 units - CnEVPost BYD conservatively expects to sell 1.5 million vehicles in 2022, or 2 million if supply chain conditions improve.
BYD releases images of Seal model as official launch nears - CnEVPost The BYD Seal is based on the company's Ocean-X concept car and is seen as the most direct competitor to the Tesla Model 3.
Voyah's MPV, scheduled for April 7 launch, postponed - CnEVPost The outbreak of the new Covid pandemic in China is affecting the pace of new product launches by car companies.
Niutron cancels first model launch scheduled for March 31 due to Covid - CnEVPost More companies' new product launch plans have been derailed by the new wave of Covid outbreaks.
Flying car industry expected to get more policy support as it is included in development plan in China - CnEVPost China will deploy flying car research and development to break through technologies such as the integration of flying vehicles with cars and the free switching of flight and ground travel, a government document reads.
Pony.ai and Sinotrans have committed more than 100 trucks and will begin container transportation operations.
CPCA data hints at possible weakness in China March auto sales due to Covid - CnEVPost Average daily retail sales of passenger cars in China fell 18 percent year-on-year in the first four weeks of March, with both the third and fourth weeks down 29 percent year-on-year.