Chinese EV-maker XPeng launched its newest creation, the G3 2020, on July 10.
China’s real estate giant Evergrande Group announced on June 29 that the company’s all-electric NEVS 93’s are finally ready to be delivered to customers.
Tesla confirmed on June 28 that the self-combustion of a Tesla in April was due to one battery unit’s malfunction, rather than any system defects.
American EV-startup Faraday Future has fired a number of employees who have been on unpaid leave for months.
On June 18, Xpeng Motors completed the production of 10,000 units of its its first production model, the G3 smart EV.
Electric car maker NIO found itself in a real hassle when Megatronix, a newly-founded electric car software company, started poaching its employees.
On May 21, the United States Postal Service (USPS) announced that it is from now on going to ship mail and parcels on self-driving trucks, partnering with self-driving vehicle startup TuSimple.
Volkswagen, a German automaker, announced on May 14 that it is building two plants in China to produce a total of 600,000 vehicles running on MEB, its modular car platform for electric vehicles.
Smoke rose from a Tesla. Six seconds later, flames spread from the burning car to ignite two cars in an underground parking lot in Shanghai on April 21.
China’s EV industry just keeps on growing and has now been joined by yet another newcomer, Leading Ideal. The company announced the official price and began accepting pre-orders of their newest model Leading Ideal ONE on Apr. 10.
“Thanks for your attention to our brand new flagship V9. The basic design principle would be a mobile smart product that combines design, artificial intelligence and seamless interconnectivity between vehicles and people.”
Chinese EV-startup Faraday Future and The9 Limited, an established Chinese internet company, formally signed a joint venture agreement on Mar. 24 to manufacture, market, distribute, and sell smart internet electric cars in China.
Faraday Future has sold its Los Angeles headquarters in a desperate effort to stay afloat after dispute with their former main investor Evergrande.
Faraday Future (FF) announced on Mar. 13 that it has decided to sell 900 acres of land in North Las Vegas, Nevada for $40 million.