CnEVPost Newsletter: NIO sees 300,000th vehicle roll off line, holds year-end media briefing
NIO sees 300,000th production vehicle roll off line - CnEVPost — cnevpost.com
As of November 30, NIO's cumulative deliveries reached 273,741 units.
NIO's year-end media briefing: Live updates - CnEVPost
Delivery of NIO's 300,000th vehicle is expected to be around January 1, Qin said.
NIO to launch 2 new models at NIO Day 2022, says William Li - CnEVPost
Li previously said NIO will launch five models by the first half of next year, with a total of eight available models by June.
NIO's first showroom in Sweden opens - CnEVPost
NIO officially opened its first NIO Space in the Westfield Täby Mall Centrum in the Swedish capital Stockholm on December 8.
Li Auto Q3 earnings: Deutsche Bank's first look - CnEVPost
The sharp decline in gross margin was due to a huge hit of $803 million from inventory provisioning and loss of purchase commitments related to the accelerated phase-out of Li ONE.
Tesla sells 52,424 Model Ys and 10,069 Model 3s in China in Nov - CnEVPost
From January to November, Model Y retail sales in China increased 121.04 percent year-on-year, while Model 3 sales decreased 7.34 percent year-on-year.
Geely's Zeekr brand reportedly seeks US IPO at valuation of over $10 billion - CnEVPost
Zeekr has confidentially filed for a US IPO aimed at raising more than $1 billion, Reuters reported.
Chinese EV startup Enovate to build production base in Saudi Arabia with annual capacity of 100,000 units - CnEVPost
Enovate will form a joint venture with Saudi Arabia's Sumou Holding to build a production and R&D base in Saudi Arabia with an annual capacity of about 100,000 NEVs.
CATL's EVOGO brand begins offering battery swap service in Guiyang - CnEVPost
Guiyang becomes the third city to see EVOGO's battery swap service available, after Xiamen and Hefei.
GAC Aion's battery base starts construction with goal of meeting demand for 600,000 EVs per year - CnEVPost
The production base is expected to complete its first production line with a capacity of 6 GWh by March 2024 and all 36 GWh lines by the end of 2025.