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CnEVPost Newsletter: XPeng in spotlight for deadly accident just as G9 opens for pre-order
XPeng G9 gets 22,819 pre-orders in 24 hours - CnEVPost — cnevpost.com Among the pre-order holders of XPeng G9, 77 percent are male and the first pre-order holder is from Shanghai.
XPeng responds after deadly accident puts EV maker in spotlight - CnEVPost An XPeng P7 rear-ended a stationary vehicle on a highway, causing a fatal accident.
NIO launches support for Formula Student Germany - CnEVPost NIO will enter the German market this year, and the latest move appears to signal that the company is stepping up its efforts to build its brand image there.
BYD contributes 32.7% of China's NEV sales in July - CnEVPost SAIC-GM-Wuling had an 8.3 percent share of China's NEV retail sales in July, NIO at 2.1 percent and Tesla China at 1.7 percent.
BYD achieves zero carbon emissions in industrial park at Shenzhen headquarters - CnEVPost BYD has built a green transportation system through NEVs and rail transit, with the use of NEVs in the park now reaching 100 percent.
Regulatory filing shows more information about HiPhi Z, Zeekr 009 - CnEVPost HiPhi Z, Zeekr 009 and a new version of the BMW i3 appear in a regulatory catalog.
SAIC-GM-Wuling unveils smart driving system created with drone maker DJI - CnEVPost The SAIC-GM-Wuling 2023 Baojun KiWi EV, which will officially go on sale this month, will be the first model to use the system.
CAAM official complains about abnormally high raw material prices for NEVs - CnEVPost Through several years of technological upgrades, the price of batteries has come down a lot. But the price of raw materials has risen, making years of hard work all in vain, the official said.
China's July NEV sales at 593,000 units, largely flat from June, CAAM data show - CnEVPost With China's policy support, the auto market will maintain steady growth in August, the CAAM said.
China's July battery installations: CATL share declines, BYD gains - CnEVPost CATL continued to rank first in July with a 47.19 percent share, but down from 49.6 percent in June. BYD's share was 25.23 percent, its second highest on record.