CnEVPost Newsletter: XPeng files for HK listing
XPeng passes HKEx listing hearing - CnEVPost — cnevpost.com Chinese electric vehicle company XPeng Motors has passed its listing hearing at the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, a filing shows.
Tesla builds supercharging station in Lhasa with solar energy storage - CnEVPost Tesla has built a new supercharging station in light-rich Lhasa, which cleverly utilizes a solar power generation and storage system to achieve an efficient cycle of clean energy.
Hongqi S9, which accelerates from 0-100 km in 1.9 seconds, starts pre-sale - CnEVPost Its performance is more powerful than Tesla's Model S Plaid, which has just begun deliveries, with a 0-100km/h acceleration time of 2.1 seconds and a top speed of 322km/h.
Audi to stop making fuel cars by 2033, but not in China - CnEVPost Audi believes there is still demand for fuel vehicles in China, and it is possible that Audi will use locally produced fuel models to supply the local market after 2033.
Great Wall Motors' premium EV brand Salon reportedly moving from Shanghai to Beijing - CnEVPost Salon is relocating its team from Shanghai to Beijing to shorten the distance between the team and Baoding, where Great Wall Motors is headquartered.
Analyst says China's new energy vehicle penetration set to exceed expectations - CnEVPost New energy vehicles have been one of the most discussed topics in China over the past year, and in the view of analysts, their replacement of traditional fuel vehicles is proceeding at a high rate.
Global EV sales to overtake fuel vehicles by 2033, says Ernst & Young - CnEVPost The global dominance of electric vehicles will arrive in 2033, five years earlier than previously expected, according to a new study by Ernst & Young.
Global NEV sales expected to grow 49% to 4.35 million units this year - CnEVPost The CPCA forecast that China's new energy passenger car sales will reach 2.4 million units this year.