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CnEVPost Newsletter: NIO ET5 shooting brake coming; China auto price war
NIO management previously hinted that the NIO ET5 shooting brake could begin deliveries in China in July.
NIO ET5 ranks No. 7 with 6,471 retail sales in February, surpassed by Audi A4L with 6,935 sales.
Previous reports suggested that the new XPeng new SUV would start at RMB 200,000-250,000 and is expected to be unveiled at this year's Shanghai auto show.
Consumers who order BYD's Song Plus lineup this month will receive a discount of RMB 6,800, or RMB 8,800 for the Seal.
BYD's F brand is positioned between the Denza and Yangwang and is expected to be priced between RMB 400,000 and RMB 600,000.
The Denza N7 will be available in single- and dual-motor versions, with an option for LiDARs, which are set on both sides of the front bumper.
BYD Song was the best-selling SUV in China in February with 51,592 retail sales, and the Model Y ranked No. 2 with 25,526 units.
In most parts of the world, the Model 3 and Model Y are already based on the camera-only Tesla Vision solution.
A rare price stampede is taking place in the Chinese auto market.
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