Electric vehicle startup Xpeng Motors ranked first among Chinese automakers in smart & connected car technology patents in 2019 with 335 patent applications.
The EV-maker Tesla announced that it will be switching from Tencent Maps to Baidu Maps as its provider of in-car mapping services.
Hon Hai Precision Industry Co, part of Foxconn Technology Group, plans to form a joint venture with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) to develop and produce electric vehicles in China.
For the first time since 2016, Tesla has surpassed the Chinese automaker BYD as the world's new energy vehicle sales champion, with 367,500 vehicles sold.
Faraday Future announced on January 8 that its FF91 model completed a 250-mile long-distance road test at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), held annually in Las Vegas.
Byton Motors, a Chinese electric vehicle company, has signed a partnership agreement with SK Telecom, South Korea’s largest telecom operator.
Tesla started delivering the first Made-in-China Model 3 sedans to the general public on January 7, one-year anniversary of the company’s Gigafactory 3 in Shanghai.
The public delivery of domestically made Model 3 cars will officially begin next week.
Xiaoju Car Service, the one-stop car rental and care service platform backed by Didi Chuxing, had reached a cooperation agreement with EV manufacturer Xpeng.
Breitfeld has already launched plans to enter China. He revealed that the purpose of his visit to Beijing was to find potential partners in China and establish joint ventures.
Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer NIO (NYSE:NIO) stock soared on December 30 as the company’s Q3 performance beat expectations from last quarter.
Tesla held a "Made in China Model 3 Employee Delivery Ceremony" in Shanghai on Monday, delivering the first domestically produced Model 3 cars to the first batch of employee owners.
Baojun released on Sunday their RC-6 vehicle, fully equipped with Huawei’s latest in-car technology including AI voice control, intelligent driving, networking and image recognition.
Further investigation later revealed that the cause of the Xpeng G3 EV fire was likely an excess of charcoal and lighters found just near the wreckage.
Tesla has negotiated a 10 billion yuan ($1.4 billion) loan with Chinese banks to be facilitated over a five-year period.