Chinese electric vehicle company NIO unveiled its ET7, EL7 and ET5 models for sale in Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, and Sweden at a European launch event held in Berlin on October 7.
Zhang Hui, Vice President of NIO Europe, said recently that the electric vehicle (EV) firm is negotiating with Chinese and international automakers to license its battery swap system.
On Monday, XPeng Motors announced that it has become the first Chinese brand to join three major European automobile associations at the same time.
Chinese electric vehicle maker XPeng on Friday kicked off customer reservations for its third and most recent production model, the XPeng P5 smart EV sedan, in Denmark, the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden.
Reporting from vehicle data analysis company Jato Dynamics indicates that the price of electric vehicles (EV) has dropped sharply in China but increased across Western countries over the past decade.
OPPO continues its tour through Europe. On Feb. 1, the Chinese smartphone brand announced its official entry into the UK, Turkey, and Poland. During the same conference, the company also released a number of flagship products.