On Friday, Chinese automaker BYD unveiled its foremost technology called CTB (cell to body), which allows the battery to be integrated into the vehicle body itself. The first EV model to utilize the technology will be the Seal series of vehicles.
Chinese EV maker NIO successfully listed on the main board of the Singapore Exchange (SGX) on Friday, beginning trading under the ticker symbol "NIO."
A Wednesday report alleged that Evergrande Auto has indefinitely delayed the pre-sale of its Hengchi 5 model, sparking heated online discussion. That evening, Evergrande Auto issued a statement denying the report.
Wuhan Xinglian Times Technology Co., Ltd. was recently established, which is indirectly owned by Hubei Xingji Times Technology Co., Ltd., an affiliated company of Geely's mobile phone business.
According to Qichacha APP, an affiliate of automaker Li Auto, Leading Ideal HK Limited, has set up a wholly-owned subsidiary in Sichuan province.
Denza, a joint venture between BYD and Mercedes-Benz, held a brand launch event on Monday to kick off pre-sale of its MPV D9 new energy vehicle model.
Chinese smartphone giant vivo announced on Monday that it has completed the digital adaptation of sensorless car keys with Tesla, and its functions will cover all models supporting Jovi InCar, including the Tesla Model 3 and Model Y.
Recently, a Chinese man who resembled Tesla's founder Elon Musk caused heated discussion on major social platforms in China. His accounts, however, on Weibo and ByteDance’s Douyin, have been banned.
JiDU, a company jointly developed by Baidu and Geely, announced on Monday that it will hold an launch event on June 8 at which time it will unveil its robot concept car.
Starting from May 23, 2022, Tesla will recall some Chinese-made Model 3 and Model Y electric vehicles produced from October 19, 2021 to April 26, 2022, totaling 107,293 vehicles.
According to a list released by China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology last Thursday, Huawei's vehicle making partner Sokon added a new four-wheel-drive version to its new model AITO M7.
Last Friday, Chinese EV manufacturer BYD announced that in order to improve the driving performance of electric vehicles, the company has exclusively developed an "intelligence Torque Adaption Control" system.
LiangDao Intelligence, a leading Chinese provider of LiDAR sensors, officially released its self-developed pure solid-state flash lateral LiDAR, LDSense Satellite.
On Friday, the Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) published a declaration that included illustrations of the Smart #1, an electric vehicle developed by Geely and Mercedes-Benz.
Chinese automaker BYD announced on Friday that its Song PLUS DM-i model, which went on sale on March 25, 2021, has added a 5G version due to its high sales volumes.