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CnEVPost Newsletter: NIO sees Apple as potential rival, responds to phone-making rumors
NIO sees Apple as potential rival, not Xiaomi or others - CnEVPost — cnevpost.com NIO needs to have some ability to defend itself before the shockwaves from Apple come, according to William Li.
NIO's William Li responds to phone-making rumors, says project in research phase - CnEVPost NIO's customers want to see a phone that connects better with cars, which has prompted the company to study the industry, Li said.
NIO embarking on most important product cycle in its history, says Deutsche Bank - CnEVPost Edison Yu's team sees the narrative for NIO shifting from supply constraints to a product super cycle, reiterating that the company is their top pick in the Chinese EV industry this year.
NIO explains in detail why ET7's LiDAR has 'high performance' - CnEVPost In addition to general obstacle recognition, the ET7's LiDAR has an ROI function that enables detection of objects that are difficult for cameras to recognize.
Tesla reportedly extends shutdown of Shanghai plant - CnEVPost Tesla has canceled plans to have its Shanghai plant resume production on Friday and Saturday, Reuters said, citing an internal notice.
Tesla opens first V3 Supercharger station in Macau - CnEVPost Tesla has 11 Supercharger stations in Macau so far, and owners also have access to 49 other public charging stations.
Camera? LiDAR? No, GAC Aion uses a third route for smart driving - CnEVPost GAC Aion is using infrared sensing technology in its smart driving system, and will soon be using it in production vehicles.
Dongfeng Motor said to launch premium electric off-road brand in June - CnEVPost Development of the brand's platform is now in a substantial stage, with prototype testing results meeting expectations.
Svolt Energy, BASF JV in China invest in lithium producer Yongshan Lithium - CnEVPost Svolt Energy and BASF Shanshan will each take a 10 percent stake in Yongshan Lithium.
Chinese securities regulator responds after more firms placed on SEC list for possible delisting - CnEVPost Whether the companies are actually delisted in the next two years will ultimately depend on the progress and outcome of the US-China audit and regulatory cooperation, the CSRC said.