Chinese EV Maker Leading Ideal is expected to have its IPO in July or August, which is sill in dispute by people.
Chinese electric vehicle (EV) start-up Byton decided to suspend its operations on the Chinese mainland from July 1.
Huawei partnered with BYD, China's largest EV maker, to launch its Kirin 710A chips in vehicles.
Faraday Future (FF) founder and CPUO Jia Yueting had finally completed personal bankruptcy restructuring on May 21, Los Angeles local time, at a hearing in the District Court for the Central District of California.
Tesla plans to add 4,000 V2 and V3 Superchargers across China in 2020, China.org reported Thursday, quoting Tesla’s official statement.
Jia Yueting has made noticeable progress recently in his personal bankruptcy case as the creditor voting results have been officially announced.
Chinese electric vehicle startup NIO has secured a $1 billion financial lifeline from several state-owned investors led by Hefei City Construction and Investing Holding.
Faraday Future's (FF) Global Partners Team recently released an open letter to its creditors, hoping they could vote in support of founder Jia Yueting’s bankruptcy and restructuring.
Tesla’s Gigafactory Shanghai has entered its second phase of construction after the first phase was completed in less than one year.
On March 10, the Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology spoke with Tesla regarding its HW2.5 hardware downgrade scandal.
On February 27, Faraday Future founder and former CEO Jia Yueting filed a "Plan Term Sheet" with the Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California.
Recently, an owner of Tesla’s upgraded Model 3 reported on Weibo that the hardware code of their car controller was inconsistent with the number on the documents of the vehicle.
As of December 31, 2019, Hillside Capital no longer holds equity in NIO. So far, 2020 has seen NIO raise $200 million in convertible bond financing.
Tesla is applying to offer a new version of their China-made Model 3, according to a document from China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.
Following a temporary suspension of production due to the coronavirus outbreak, California-based EV-maker Tesla’s Shanghai gigafactory has resumed its normal business.