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CnEVPost Newsletter: XPeng P7i officially launched; Li Auto to build charging stations at 'NIO pace'
XPeng offers four versions of the P7i with a starting price of RMB 249,900, above the RMB 229,900 for the Tesla Model 3.
Li Auto is aiming to build about 300 super-fast charging stations this year, and NIO also plans to add 10,000 new charging piles this year, according to local media.
Shenlan is currently selling only one model, the SL03, a Tesla Model 3 competitor, with 4,103 units delivered in February.
Neta is building the electric vehicle assembly site with Thailand's BGAC and expects it to start production by the end of January 2024.
CATL's capacity utilization was 83.4 percent in 2022, down from 95 percent in 2021.
CATL's lithium sharing program is not for price reduction purposes, but rather the company already owns some mineral resources and doesn't want to reap windfall profits, its management said.
In January-February, China's vehicle sales decreased by 15.2 percent year-on-year while NEV sales increased by 20.8 percent year-on-year.
BYD's share in February was essentially unchanged from January, while CALB's share grew significantly.
This article contains 20 tables compiled by CnEVPost based on data from the CPCA, showing which models and car companies sold the most in China in February.
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