A fatal car accident occurred on August 10 in the eastern Chinese city of Ningbo, involving an XPeng P7 that collided with another vehicle in front, which had pulled over for repairs on the highway.
On September 23, some netizens in China broke the news that a Xpeng P7 owner was using the NGP automatic navigation assisted driving system as it collided with a truck.
The BAIC Group’s New Energy ARCFOX αS currently has three models listed in the catalog, with maximum ranges reaching 525km, 603km, and 708km, respectively.
Chinese electric vehicle and technology company Xpeng Motors began to deliver its battery-powered coupé Xpeng P7.
Xpeng Motors revealed that Xpeng P7 sports sedan received an import permit for research purposes from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) last week.
The topic of "Xpeng P7 model's airbags didn't open in the accident" caused heated discussion in Chinese social platform.
An owner of XPeng vehicle and a former employee of the company posted an article on his social media account saying that the XPeng P7 he drove had repeatedly experienced power outages and offline problems.
Guangzhou-based EV brand XPeng Motors announced that the XPeng P7, a smart sports sedan, has become its first model to reach the production milestone of 100,000 units.
Xpeng started shipping its first batch of the XPeng P7, its flagship smart sedan model today, from its Guangzhou production facility to Norway. This marks the first time that XPeng has exported the P7 to a market outside China.
Xpeng announced on Monday that it has recorded its highest-ever monthly delivery at 8,040 EVs for July, representing a 228% increase year-over-year, and a 22% increase from the previous month.
Chinese EV-maker Xpeng Motors launched its new long-range intelligent EV sports sedan, the P7, the company’s second production model.
A man in China's Zhejiang Province died in a traffic accident while driving an XPeng Motors vehicle, causing the man's family to question that the accident may due to a braking failure.
Chinese automaker XPeng announced on August 3 that the charging line in the Northwest China has been officially completed. The line measures a total length of 3,150 km and stretches from Xi'an, Shanxi Province to Lanzhou, Gansu Province.
Chinese electric vehicle maker XPeng announced on July 5 that its G3i model ushered in an over-the-air (OTA) update in which functions which have often been requested by netizens are now provided.