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CnEVPost Newsletter: NIO testing web-based chat interface; CATL to launch battery swap brand
Exclusive: NIO testing web-based chat interface, first EV maker to do so - CnEVPost — cnevpost.com The NIO app is the most important way for NIO's users to communicate with each other, and many of these groups are influencing NIO's decisions on a number of matters.
Is NIO's battery swap network open to other automakers? - CnEVPost The simple answer is yes, but there is much more you need to know here.
Guest Post: Why Jan 20 will be pivotal day for NIO and premium luxury auto world - CnEVPost NIO will begin locking in orders for the ET7 on January 20, 2022, and deliveries will begin on March 28.
NIO's cumulative home charger deliveries reach 100,000 - CnEVPost About 60 percent of vehicle owners have NIO's home charging piles installed in their homes.
CATL confirms entry into battery swap, will hold launch event on Jan 18 - CnEVPost CATL will officially launch its battery swap brand called EVOGO on January 18.
CATL's battery swap service said to be available to all automakers - CnEVPost CATL's battery swap business will first be available for operational vehicles used and will gradually penetrate into vehicles for general consumers in the future, CICC said.
CATL says development of solid-state batteries still faces technical challenges - CnEVPost Solid-state battery technology is constrained by cost economics, performance indicators, and industry chain support, CATL said.
CATL says it will face capacity shortfall of at least 430 GWh by 2025 - CnEVPost CATL's full-year power battery installation in China in 2021 was 80.51 GWh, capturing 52.1 percent of the market.
JiDU to unveil logo for its robot car on Jan 18 - CnEVPost JiDU will unveil its first concept car robot in the first half of 2022, with mass production and delivery set for 2023.
Alibaba-backed self-driving startup DeepRoute forms strategic partnership with XPeng-backed LiDAR maker Zvision - CnEVPost The two companies will collaborate on a lower cost, mass-production-ready L4 autonomous driving front-end solution based on solid-state LiDARs.
Chinese startup WeRide says it exceeds 10 million km of self-driving miles - CnEVPost WeRide has also conducted simulations on its in-house developed platform, resulting in over 8 billion simulated test miles.