Xiaoju Car Service, the one-stop car rental and care service platform backed by Didi Chuxing, had reached a cooperation agreement with EV manufacturer Xpeng.
Further investigation later revealed that the cause of the Xpeng G3 EV fire was likely an excess of charcoal and lighters found just near the wreckage.
Pandaily had the opportunity to have a sit-down interview with Xpeng’s Co-Founder Henry Xia to talk about the overall EV industry in China, the challenges, players and risks faced by Xpeng.
Xpeng Motors launched its partnership with Alibaba to implement the Alibaba In-Car Mini APP into the Xpeng P7.
On September 5, Xpeng Motors, a Chinese electric vehicle company, kicked off the delivery of its Xpeng G3 2020 Edition SUV at the Chengdu Motor Show, less than two months after the initial presentation of this new high-performance iteration of its G3 series.
Xpeng Motors, a leading electric vehicle manufacturer in China, responded to a report from an Xpeng car owner that its cars could not connect and charge via the national electric charging grid available throughout China.
We sat down with Brian Gu, president and vice-chairman of XPeng Motors, to learn more about the company and his vision for the future of EVs.
XPeng Motors took note of people’s displeasure and introduced a new incentive plan for current G3 customers.
Xpeng car owners in multiple Chinese cities descended on company’s offices to defend their consumer rights. The cause of the owners’ distress is a new G3 model, that came just six months after the release of the previous version.
Former Chinese Tesla engineer Cao Guangzhi admitted on July 11 that he uploaded compressed files containing the source code of Autopilot onto his own iCloud account at the end of 2018 when he was still working for Tesla.
Chinese EV-maker XPeng launched its newest creation, the G3 2020, on July 10.
Tesla filed a lawsuit against former Chinese employee Guangzhi Cao on Mar 21, claiming the engineer copied the source code for its autopilot technology before taking a job with Chinese self-driving car startup XPeng in January.
On Nov. 21, XPENG Motors, the electric vehicle startup announced that it has signed a strategic partnership agreement with NVIDIA, the world’s leader in AI computing, and NVIDIA's Chinese partner Desay SV to jointly develop Level 3 autonomous driving technology tailored to the driving environment in China.
He Xiaopeng, XPeng Motors Chairman and CEO, was the only representative of the emerging automobile manufacturing force to be invited to deliver a keynote speech at the main forum of the World Intelligent Connected Vehicles Conference (WICV) on Oct. 18.
Electric vehicle startup XPENG Motors will manufacture G3 electric SUV and the delivery will start at the end of 2018.