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CnEVPost Newsletter: NIO to get new talent from Huawei; XPeng teases new SUV
Top expert from Huawei's auto unit reportedly to join NIO - CnEVPost — cnevpost.com She Xiaoli, chief functional security expert at Huawei's automotive BU, is said to be joining NIO as an expert in algorithm research.
NIO has 2.3% share of global BEV market in Jan-Sept, report shows - CnEVPost NIO ranked ninth on the list of top 10 global BEV sales and Li Auto ranked eighth on the list of top 10 PHEV sales.
NIO adds 2 swap stations, bringing total to 611 - CnEVPost As of November 12, NIO has 611 battery swap stations and 463 supercharging stations, providing 2,698 supercharging piles.
NIO opens another charging line under Power Up Plan - CnEVPost NIO opened a new route under the Power Up Plan for the fourth consecutive week, at least the 12th so far this year.
XPeng releases first teaser image of upcoming new SUV, hints at brand refresh - CnEVPost XPeng hinted that the model could be called the G9, while suggesting that it will update the brand on November 18.
Tesla updates entry-level Model Y specs in China with weaker acceleration - CnEVPost The entry-level Model Y sold in China now has a 0-100 km/h acceleration time of 6.9 seconds, compared to the previous 5.6 seconds.
Tesla exceeds 30,000 Superchargers worldwide, a quarter in China - CnEVPost Tesla has opened more than 7,600 Superchargers in China.
WM Motor said to eye HK IPO that could raise about $1 billion - CnEVPost WM Motor is eyeing a possible $1 billion Hong Kong IPO, which could happen as soon as next year, Bloomberg reports.
Chinese EV startup Hozon reportedly considering $1 billion HK IPO - CnEVPost Hozon is working with advisers on the matter, and the IPO could happen as early as next year, Bloomberg reported.
Geely said to launch high-end pickup to rival Rivian in H2 next year - CnEVPost The pickup truck business of Geely, China's largest private automaker, will be transformed into a premium, electric brand.
China's NEV industry embracing inflection point where market forces driving growth, state media says - CnEVPost This year will be the historical inflection point at which the driving force behind the development of China's NEV industry changes from policy to market forces.
BAIC sold 2,484 NEVs in Oct, up 22% year-on-year - CnEVPost From January to October, BJEV sales were 19,458 units, down about 16 percent from a year ago.