CnEVPost Newsletter: NIO ES8 fatal crash
NIO driver dies in traffic accident while driving NOP-enabled ES8 - CnEVPost — cnevpost.com The traffic accident occurred at 2 p.m. on August 12, when the ES8 had the autopilot function NOP (Navigation On Pilot) turned on, the obituary said.
NIO sends team to site to investigate ES8 crash that killed driver - CnEVPost The vehicle was so badly damaged that technicians on the scene were limited in what they could do in the first instance, and NIO has sent a team to Fujian, NIO said.
NIO technician allegedly summoned for private access to accident vehicle - CnEVPost If the vehicle data was tampered with or destroyed, the technician will be suspected of a criminal offense and NIO will be fully responsible.
NIO denies staff was summoned, says no data redaction - CnEVPost NIO did not have any act of data redaction and no employee was summoned by the police, the company said.
Driving data of NIO ES8 that was involved in fatal crash revealed - CnEVPost The vehicle's mileage with NIO Pilot on was 72 km, or 84.7 percent of the total mileage.
Securities Times on NIO ES8 crash: Carmakers should invest more in safety - CnEVPost The article calls on car companies to invest less in forward-looking technology outlooks and more in safety.
What is NOP and why it is suspected of failing to recognize stationary vehicle - CnEVPost All L2 assisted driving functions, including Adaptive Cruise Control, cannot effectively identify stationary vehicles ahead, expert says.
NIO completes winter testing of ET7 - CnEVPost NIO has completed winter testing of its flagship sedan ET7, paving the way for the model's scheduled delivery in the first quarter of next year.
NIO to become largest shareholder in its battery asset management JV - CnEVPost NIO will become the largest shareholder of Weineng, accounting for 19.84 percent of the registered capital.
Is NIO legally responsible for fatal ES8 crash? - CnEVPost NIO may not be legally liable, with the company defining its smart driving level as L2 assisted driving.
Li Auto CEO urges uniform wording for autonomous driving to avoid misunderstandings - CnEVPost Li said industry players should exercise restraint in marketing, but invest more in technology that will benefit users, the industry, and companies in the long run.
XPeng G3's OEM Haima says it has built its first hydrogen fuel cell car prototype - CnEVPost Haima's shares traded in Shenzhen shot up to the 10 percent daily trading limit after Chinese media reported the development Monday afternoon.
Tesla Shanghai plant exported 8,210 Model Ys to Europe for first time in July - CnEVPost Electric cars produced at Tesla's Shanghai Gigafactory have begun to be exported to other regions, sending 8,210 Model Ys to Europe in July.
Tesla reaches 7,000 Superchargers in Chinese mainland - CnEVPost Tesla installed its first Supercharger in China in Shanghai in April 2014.
BYD starts pre-sales of Dolphin, first model of its e-Platform 3.0 - CnEVPost BYD Dolphin is available for pre-order, with a price range of RMB 96,800 ($15,000) to RMB 124,800 after subsidies.
What's unique about BYD's e-Platform 3.0? - CnEVPost BYD's Dolphin model is the first of its e-Platform 3.0, bringing the-Platform into the spotlight. What exactly is this platform? What are its features?
Xiaomi reportedly to set up HQ and plant for its car business in Beijing - CnEVPost Xiaomi's headquarters and first factory for its car business have been largely confirmed to be set in Beijing, Auto Business Review said on Weibo on Monday.
Xiaomi has invested in nearly 40 auto-related firms in past decade - CnEVPost Xiaomi has invested in nearly 40 automotive-related companies over the past decade and has participated in a total of 57 financings.
China and France to mutually recognize driving licenses of each other's residents - CnEVPost Under the agreement, residents of one country with a driving license can drive directly in the other country's territory or receive a license without taking a test.
ByteDance-backed self-driving startup QCraft closes new funding - CnEVPost QCraft was founded in 2019 by executives who have worked for pioneering self-driving companies such as Waymo, Tesla and Uber.
PV installations in China expected to explode with 25 provinces submitting pilot programs - CnEVPost Since China launched a new round of pilot policies to support the photovoltaic (PV) sector on June 20, 25 provinces have submitted proposals.
China to launch series of policies to support NEV industry, report says - CnEVPost China will introduce a series of policies to support the development of the new energy vehicle industry as well as its technological innovation, Shanghai Securities News reported on Monday.