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CnEVPost Newsletter: NIO Power turns three; XPeng oversubscription; CATL-Tesla deal
NIO Power turns three years old, and these are its milestones - CnEVPost — cnevpost.com June 28 marks the third anniversary since the start of the service of NIO Power, NIO's energy services system, and NIO lists the milestones in the service's history in an article published today.
NIO will hold an NIO Power Day event in Shanghai on July 9, according to an invitation sent to CnEVPost.
NIO EP9, Chinese electric car company NIO's supercar, has broken yet another track lap record.
NIO launches smart driving company in Hefei, increases presence in city that saved it in 2020 - CnEVPost The city of Hefei in central China saved NIO from the brink of death early last year, after which the company shifted a lot of its business to the region. Now, it's setting up a new company there.
NIO's battery swap stations in China reach 284 - CnEVPost Chinese electric vehicle company NIO opened two more battery swap stations in China today, bringing the total to 284 as of 7 pm Beijing time Monday. The
XPeng Motors, which began at 9 am last Friday, has been oversubscribed 2 times in less than two business days.
CATL extends deal to supply lithium-ion power cells to Tesla - CnEVPost CATL signed an agreement with Tesla to supply lithium-ion power battery products to it from January 2022 to December 2025.
After NIO EP9, China's hottest-selling EV to land in racing game - CnEVPost Bringing their models to games is an occasion for car companies to expand user awareness. After NIO, another Chinese company has done so.
Deutsche Bank raises NEV sales forecast for China by 2025 - CnEVPost The team raises their 2025E NEV forecast from 6.6m to 8.3m units, representing about 35% penetration.
Although 2021 is only halfway through, more information is starting to emerge about Li Auto's new SUV to be released next year.
Huawei explains why it does not build cars - CnEVPost Germany is the most important market for Huawei's ICT business, and if Huawei builds a car, it will bring direct competition.
Battery swap was questionable as a huge investment model a few years ago, but with encouragement from the Chinese government, more and more players are adopting it. The latest move by a Xiaomi affiliate has sparked speculation that the smartphone giant may also support the model.
Huawei's self-driving business gains new partner - CnEVPost Huawei, which insists on not being directly involved in building cars, has a growing number of partners in the sector.
After BYD, another Chinese company to mass produce automotive IGBTs - CnEVPost As a key component of new energy vehicles, IGBT is regarded as the core technology peak due to its difficult technology and large investment. Now, after BYD, another Chinese company is going to mass produce this product.
Volkswagen to stop fuel car production in Europe by 2035 at latest, but a little later in China - CnEVPost Volkswagen will stop producing fuel-fired vehicles "a little later" in the United States and China, and even longer in South Africa and Africa.
Envision AESC will build a power battery factory in France with a total investment that may reach $2.9 billion.
Chinese automaker Great Wall Motors will launch the first product of the company's premium EV brand Salon in 2022, positioning it as a luxury smart battery electric vehicle.
As self-driving technology develops rapidly in China, more and more cities are starting to pilot allowing the public to ride in such vehicles, with the central city of Zhengzhou becoming the latest.