William Li, the founder, Chairman and CEO of Chinese new energy car company NIO, responded to reports the company is working on smartphones during a Thursday interview.
The power batteries division of Shenzhen-based technology firm BYD, FinDreams Battery, is actively exploring opportunities in the Chinese new energy vehicle market, including with firms NIO and Xiaomi Auto.
NIO Capital, an investment company founded by Chinese electric vehicle company Nio Inc., announced on Monday that it had closed the NIO Capital Eve ONE Fund II L.P., worth about $400 million.
Leaks have emerged recently claiming Chinese electric vehicle firm NIO intends to enter the mobile phone industry.
HHLR Advisors, the investment management firm of Hillhouse Capital focusing on secondary markets, has released information on its US stock portfolios in the fourth quarter of 2021.
Chinese electric vehicle (EV) maker NIO saw its deliveries fall in May due to a global semiconductor shortage, while rival XPeng’s sales continued to grow at a robust pace as the company managed to prevent the chip crisis from hobbling its business.
Chinese electric vehicle makers Nio and Xpeng both reported record deliveries during the first quarter of 2021, despite seasonal industry-wide slowdown in car sales and ongoing complications due to a global chip shortage.
Shares of Chinese electric vehicle (EV) company Nio jumped as much as 14% on Monday, propelling the carmaker to a market valuation of more than $100 billion, making the start-up the third most-valued automaker after Tesla and Toyota. Monday’s gains followed the success of the company’s annual Nio Day over the weekend, when it announced […]
China’s leading electric vehicle (EV) start-up NIO Inc. released its first electric sedan with self-driving technology during the firm’s fourth NIO Day last Saturday in Chengdu, taking the fight to Telsa.
Xpeng Motors formally filed an initial public offering with the SEC in the early morning of August 8 to list its shares on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the symbol “XPEV.”
Chinese fast-growing electric vehicle maker Li Auto kicked off trading on July 30 on the Nasdaq Global Market with its share price soaring 43.13% from its IPO price of $11.5.
The NIO EC6 Coupe SUV and Xpeng Motors G3i SUV models were launched on July 24 at the Chengdu Motor Show 2020, one of the most valued automobile events in China.
NIO’s domestic rival, Beijing-based electric vehicle startup Li Auto’s initial public offering in the US has been fully subscribed for a whopping $950 million, Reuters’ IFR reported.
NIO, one of few Chinese publicly traded EV companies, unexpectedly canceled their second-quarter earnings conference call scheduled to be held on September 24.
NIO Co-founder and President Qin Lihong publicly stated that NIO will release another electric SUV next year. This SUV will be based on the company’s first generation of SUVs, but in a different shape.