CnEVPost Newsletter: XPeng says P5 orders have surpassed 10,000
XPeng says P5 orders have surpassed 10,000, just 53 hours from opening for pre-orders - CnEVPost — cnevpost.com XPeng has not yet announced a price for the model. But the P5's top-spec model could cost around RMB 200,000 yuan ($30,734), which would put it in the price range of some mainstream fuel cars.
NIO president says low adoption of Tesla's FSD means much investment is wasted - CnEVPost Autopilot requires a subscription system rather than a one-time buyout, otherwise, users will be hindered by the high price, Qin said.
Li Auto CEO offers his advices on regulation on brake failure - CnEVPost If a car manufacturer is cheating, regulators should simply disqualify it from production and sale, Li said.
Li Auto establishes new company in Shanghai with RMB 1 billion registered capital - CnEVPost The company's scope of operations includes technology services and development within the fields of automotive technology, cloud platform technology, and big data technology.
In U-turn, Tesla apologizes for failing to resolve owner's complaints in timely manner - CnEVPost
One day after insisting on "no compromise," Tesla made a 180-degree turn in its attitude toward an owner who defended her rights at an auto show.
Chinese insurer denies suspending insurance coverage for new Tesla vehicles - CnEVPost Ping An Property Insurance does not have a suspension of insurance coverage for new Tesla vehicles in some regions, the company said in response to a previous media report.
A Tesla in Guangzhou catches fire in collision, killing one passenger - CnEVPost The video shows a Tesla sedan overtaking a moving car from behind, striking a roadside concrete bridge, then catching fire, and eventually being burned to an empty frame.
Dongfeng Peugeot says ballet atop car happened at last year's auto show - CnEVPost Dongfeng Peugeot said the videos were shot during the Guangzhou International Auto Show last November and were edited by some users to look like this year's video.
Niu Technologies founder reportedly jumps on carmaking bandwagon - CnEVPost Li Yinan is building a car, but just hasn't declared it because he's keeping a low profile, the report said.