On October 30th, Faraday Future announced that the company plans to deliver 5 FF 91 2.0 Futurist Alliance vehicles in November.
Today, the 2024 Voyah Dreamer was officially launched, offering four models with Plug-in Hybrid EV and EV power options. This marks a further intensified market competition for high-end MPVs.
XPeng Motors has already covered over 100 cities with its supercharging stations and plans to build 3,000 stations by the end of 2025.
Volkswagen plans to launch a new SUV model named 'ID.8'which will be built on the same platform as the XPeng G9 model and may become the first 'jointly developed' vehicle launched in the domestic market.
The new Tesla Model 3 is highly anticipated, and Tesla is also preparing its production capacity for the upcoming sales boom.
On July 31st, Faraday Future has completed all compliance and system tests. In addition, FF's first model, the FF91, will begin its second phase of delivery for the Futurist Alliance on August 1st Beijing time.
BYD announced that the Seal Champion Edition pure electric sedan will be launched on May 10.
On April 25th, it was announced that the Wuling small pure electric SUV Baojun "Yue Ye" will be launched in June, becoming the first in the industry to be equipped with a car-watch.
JIDU, a new energy smart vehicle company with joint investment from Chinese internet giant Baidu and leading automobile maker Geely, unveiled its ROBO-01 standard version vehicle, a medium to large-sized SUV, and the new pure electric coupe ROBO-02.
Tesla announced on December 30 at an automotive expo in Guangzhou that the prices of its Model S Plaid and Model X Plaid in the Chinese market will be unveiled on January 6, 2023.
A leaked memo from XPeng Motors, a Chinese intelligent electric vehicle company, shows that the company is still continuing its organizational structure adjustment. A new financial platform was recently set up within the firm, aiming at improving cost controls and the compliance ability of the financial system.
Chinese electric vehicle company XPeng Motors has set up a power battery subsidiary last month, a move that is considered by the industry as another signal that the company will develop its own power battery manufacturing capabilities.
China's State Administration for Market Regulation announced on December 16 that Mercedes-Benz (China) Automobile Sales and Beijing Benz Automobile have initiated a recall involving a total of 76,357 vehicles.
A NIO insider familiar with the firm's new high-end vehicle project disclosed that "NIO is going to make its own 'Maybach'."
Chinese electric vehicle maker XPeng Motors delivered 5,101 units in October, an annual decrease of 49.7% and a quarterly decrease of 39.8%. In the capital market, the firm's performance has been even worse.
At a press conference on November 16, Wang Chuanfu, Chairman and President of Chinese EV firm BYD, said that in addition to its new high-end vehicle brand Yangwang, the company will also launch a professional and personalized brand in 2023, which will be built and created together with BYD customers.
After Tesla launched its "price reduction promotion" in China, the market began to wait and see whether other new energy vehicle brands would follow suit. Recently, XPeng Motors, a Chinese new energy vehicle manufacturer, seemed to follow the move.
Chinese new energy vehicle firm BYD announced on November 13 that the standard range version of its ATTO 3 model (the Yuan Plus in China), featuring an NEDC of up to 410 km.
Geely-owned new energy vehicle brand Farizon Auto sent a batch of E200S small trucks from Shenzhen Port to Chile on November 10. Followed by Farizon’s vehicle delivery to Costa Rica in June 2022, the shipment marks Farizon’s continuous market expansion in South America.
BYD has a total of seven models among the top 20 sales spots in the world. Among them, Qin Plus ranks 5th, Han ranks 6th, Dolphin 7th, Yuan Plus 8th, Tang 10th and Destroyer 05 17th.