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CnEVPost Newsletter: XPeng CEO says confident P5 sales will outpace EV maker's other models
XPeng CEO says confident P5 sales will outpace EV maker's other models - CnEVPost — cnevpost.com He Xiaopeng said the P7 is a quest for the ultimate, including performance, looks and personality, while the P5 is geared toward the family.
XPeng charging piles to be available in all Chinese cities, CEO says - CnEVPost XPeng plans to be present in all Chinese cities and dozens of top-ranked counties this year, He said.
Tesla says will start next mediation as soon as possible with female owner who was just released - CnEVPost With the release from the five-day detention of a female owner who complained of brake failure, Tesla says it has contacted her family and will seek to initiate its next mediation as soon as possible.
Tesla reportedly to add EV parts recycling facilities at Shanghai plant - CnEVPost Tesla plans to add facilities at its Shanghai plant to repair and replicate key components such as electric motors and battery cells, Reuters reported on Monday.
Xiaomi registers multiple car-related trademarks - CnEVPost On April 6, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun launched a poll on Weibo asking fans whether the Xiaomi car business should use the Xiaomi brand. The vast majority of participants chose to use the brand.
Great Wall Motor becomes latest carmaker hit by chip shortage - CnEVPost Great Wall Motor admitted that its chip supply is tight and production at its plants has been affected to some extent, but denied that production at its two production sites has been halted.
Tencent says it won't jump on car-making bandwagon - CnEVPost BAT is the acronym for the most familiar combination of technology giants in China, where B is Baidu, A is Alibaba and T is Tencent. Baidu has already entered the car industry, while Alibaba is working with SAIC to build IM Motors, and people wonder, what about Tencent?