CnEVPost Newsletter: NIO's big day
NIO signs deal with Sinopec, the latter aims to have 5,000 charging and battery swap stations by 2025 - CnEVPost — cnevpost.com Sinopec Chairman Zhang Yuzhuo said the company will have 5,000 charging stations and battery swap stations by 2025.
NIO's first 2nd-gen battery swap station goes live, a milestone in co-op between EV maker and traditional energy giant - CnEVPost The milestone comes as NIO reached a strategic cooperation agreement with Sinopec on Thursday to build battery swap stations at more Sinopec stations in the future.
NIO plans to reach deals with about 100 additional partners for battery swap stations this year - CnEVPost NIO said reaching 500 battery swap stations this year was a conservative goal, so how is it going to exceed expectations? Today, that answer is revealed.
NIO plans to have 5,000 charging and battery swap stations by 2025 - CnEVPost It's the first time we've seen NIO publicly mention its goal for 2025. In addition, NIO CEO William Li said the company has more aggressive plans for battery swap station deployments.
NIO says it is open to other companies using its battery packs - CnEVPost Given NIO's relatively well-established battery pipeline, it seems that other companies are interested in using its batteries to save development costs.
XPeng G3 catches fire at charging station, hours before EV maker unveils LiDAR-equipped P5 sedan - CnEVPost Just hours before XPeng Motors unveiled its new LiDAR-equipped sedan on Wednesday, a G3 SUV from the brand spontaneously combusted at a charging station, becoming the company's latest embarrassment.
Tesla voice control feature unavailable in China due to temporary network issues - CnEVPost The voice control feature of Tesla vehicles is currently unavailable due to a temporary network issue, Tesla China customer support said on Weibo Thursday.
GAC Aion to double plant capacity to 200,000 units per year - CnEVPost GAC Aion expects to invest about RMB 500 million in the initiative, which is scheduled to double its capacity by early 2022.
FAW-Volkswagen Audi to reportedly cut production by 30% in April due to chip shortage - CnEVPost The chips that caused FAW-VW Audi to reduce production are mainly door controller, gateway controller, center display, and electronic stability control.