CnEVPost Newsletter: NIO may offer ET7 with LFP batteries, HK listing may be delayed until next year
NIO may offer ET7 with lower-cost LFP batteries - CnEVPost — cnevpost.com All of NIO's current models use ternary lithium batteries from power battery giant CATL, but the latest clues indicate that its flagship sedan, the ET7, could be offered in a version with the lower-cost LFP batteries.
NIO's HK listing reportedly may be delayed until next year - CnEVPost NIO's Hong Kong listing is likely to be delayed until next year, Bloomberg reported Thursday.
NIO signs strategic partnership deal with real estate developer Times China - CnEVPost NIO and Times China will work together in areas including new energy facilities placement and brand marketing.
Tesla sold just 1,309 Model 3s in China in Aug as majority exported - CnEVPost Tesla China sold 12,885 units in August and China-made Model 3 sales were 1,309, the lowest for the model since deliveries began last January.
Tesla China completes first phase of a parts project, paving way for accelerated localization - CnEVPost Following the completion of a charging pile production project, the first phase of Tesla's component manufacturing ramp-up project in China has also been completed.
Tesla says its Supercharger network covers all cities in eastern China's Shandong - CnEVPost Shandong has a total population of 101.5 million, accounting for 7.19 percent of the country's population.
BYD officially launches e-Platform 3.0, unveils Ocean X concept car - CnEVPost After its debut at the Shanghai Auto Show in April and the launch of its first model, BYD officially introduced the e-Platform 3.0 to the public.
BYD says undelivered orders amount to 160,000 units - CnEVPost BYD said the cumulative order book this year could reach 900,000 units, but the company can only deliver 700,000-750,000 units this year.
JAC reports sales of 8,075 EVs in Aug, up 89% from a year earlier - CnEVPost From January to August, the company sold a total of 75,693 EVs, up 196 percent from a year earlier.
Hyundai Motor reportedly in talks with Xiaomi to sell its second plant in Beijing - CnEVPost Hyundai has five passenger car production bases in China with a combined annual production capacity of 1.65 million units.
Self-driving startup WeRide enters freight sector, launches self-driving van - CnEVPost WeRide announced Thursday its entry into the self-driving freight sector with the launch of WeRide Robovan, which the company calls China's first L4 self-driving van.
Chinese regulators reportedly considering new measures to curb EV overcapacity - CnEVPost The move is intended to direct car companies to areas with low capacity utilization and to close plants that were built in the past few years but are now in surplus, the report said.