California-based leading electric vehicle maker Tesla Inc has put out a hiring post in Shanghai in search of designers to join its China studio and 1,000 factory workers as production ramps up, Reuters reported.
China’s housing rental transaction service platform operator Ke Holdings has filed a preliminary prospectus for a U.S. initial public offering on July 24, aiming to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the symbol “BEKE”.
Li Auto updated its prospectus on July 25 and publicly issued 95 million American depository shares (ADSs) to U.S. investors with an issue price ranging from $8 to $10 per ADSs.
Kneron, a leading manufacturer of terminal artificial intelligence, held a developer conference on July 20 in Taiwan and announced the debut of the world’s first edge AI platform KNEO.
Shanghai-based EV maker NIO is setting up a battery asset management company in August to boost the separation of cars and electricity and launch BaaS (Battery as a Service) products.
Leading Chinese electric vehicle maker NIO patented a technology on July 17 for a wireless charging system for an electric vehicle, as well as the same charging method (CN111422080A).
Allwinner Technology has reached a strategic cooperation with Alibaba's chip subsidiary T-Head to develop a new computing chip based on the T-head “XuanTie” processors
Fledgling AI startup Rokid has continued to upgrade its portable, lightweight, body-temperature-sensitive AR glasses, the Rokid Glass 2, after its debut in January this year.
AutoX announced on July 17 at a press conference that it was granted a driverless permit by the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV).
Zhejiang-based EV maker Hozon Auto has launched a Series C financing and plans to kick off trading on the Sci-Tech Innovation Board in 2021.
Beijing-based AI chipmaker Cambricon was officially listed on the Sci-Tech Innovation Board on July 20, 2020, with an issue price of 64.39 yuan per share, a 288% increase at the opening.
Xpeng Motors, a leading smart electric vehicle company in China, announced on July 20 the signing of its Series C+ financing of around US$500 million.
JD-1, a reusable liquid oxygen-methane engine independently developed by Chinese aerospace manufacturer iSpace, successfully passed a 200-second continuous variable thrust long-range test run on July 8, 2020.