Chinese EV maker XPeng revealed its 4th production model, the G9 Flagship SUV, for the Chinese market on September 21. The G9 will start from 309,900 yuan up to 469,900 yuan with the first deliveries for customers in China expected to be in October.
Tesla officially surpassed 100 EV super-charging stations in Beijing on August 30, reaching a total of 890 super-charging piles in the city. Tesla owners in Beijing can now find charging stations within an average of 15 minutes.
On August 30, China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation (Sinopec) announced that its first community supercharger station, Lianhua Supercharger Station, was completed and put into use in Longyan City, Fujian Province.
After the release of the iQOO 10 smartphone series on the evening of July 19, William Lu, Partner of Xiaomi and General Manager of the Redmi brand, began to stir up anticipation for a new smartphone in the Redmi K50 series.
A Chinese technology industry blogger said in June that a smartphone manufacturer is attempting to produce a 240W charger, which was in the engineering verification test stage. The blogger confirmed on July 14 that this manufacturer is OPPO.
Chinese EV maker XPeng Motors said on Monday that 111 supercharging stations had been launched in November, putting its total number to 661.
Anker announced that it has become the world's top charging brand, according to statistics released by market research organization Euromonitor International.
On Monday, Xpeng announced that its first batch of 11 super-charging stations have been installed and are now in operation along expressways.
The Chinese division of American electric vehicle maker Tesla on Saturday launched a new supercharging station in Shanghai's Baoshan District.
Tesla China on Wednesday held a press conference to announce the official completion of the first supercharging station, which integrates energy storage and charging, in Lhasa, the "City of Sunlight".
Tesla announced the launch of a new charging line on June 19. According to the company, it is the longest in mainland China, boasting a total distance of 5,000 kilometers. Spanning a vast territory from east to west, it is equipped with 27 charging stations.
Tesla announced on Wednesday that its supercharger manufacturing plant in Shanghai is now operational, less than six months after the project was launched in August last year.
Tesla Inc will start producing electric vehicle (EV) chargers in China next year, according to a Reuters report.
Xpeng Motors announced free supercharging benefits and a battery leasing plan for customers as well as debuted its air-enabled tech at the Auto China 2020.