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CnEVPost Newsletter: NIO ET5, Tesla Model Y among best-selling models in China
The NIO ET5 was the ninth best-selling premium sedan in China in November, with the ET7 at No. 8.
EnBW, Germany's largest fast-charging network operator, has entered into a partnership with NIO, which will build up to 20 battery swap stations at its charging parks.
The Model Y sold 52,424 retail units in China in November, more than four times as many as the second-place BMW X3.
Tesla is aiming to produce slightly more than 20,000 Model Ys in the last three weeks of December, including the week when output is suspended, according to Reuters.
Li Auto's fourth-quarter delivery guidance of 45,000 to 48,000 vehicles means it expects to deliver 19,914 to 22,914 vehicles in December.
Shen has served as president of Li Auto since November 2015. His last day with the company is expected to be around the end of June 2023.
BYD is offering the standard range and long-range versions of the Atto 3 in Malaysia at a starting price of Malaysia Ringgit 149,800 ($34,050) and 167,800 respectively.
With the price range overlapping significantly with BYD's flagship SUV Tang in the Dynasty series, the Frigate 07 is expected to appeal to a younger demographic with a sleeker design.
The BMW i7 is the fifth all-electric vehicle the automaker has launched in China, after its previous offerings here included the iX, i4, iX3 and i3.
Honda is expected to purchase 123 GWh of pure electric vehicle power batteries in China from CATL between 2024 and 2030.
China's NEV penetration rate was 33.8 percent in November, a new all-time record, the CAAM data show.
BYD's power battery installation volume in November was 8.94 GWh, ranking second with a 26.09 percent share.