On June 18, Xpeng Motors completed the production of 10,000 units of its its first production model, the G3 smart EV.
On May 31, Tesla announced that it will produce the Model 3 standard range version at the Shanghai Gigafactory in China. The vehicle is now also officially available for pre-orders. The standard range Model 3 has a cruising range of 460 km and sells at 328,000 yuan (~$47,450). It is 49,000 yuan cheaper than the…
Tightening emission regulations to combat the pollution issues have pushed the rapid development of new energy vehicles around the world.
2019 Shanghai Auto Show kicked off today with various carmakers showcasing their latest technology, concept cars and new vehicles ready for launch.
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.
Unlike traditional automobile brands, XPeng’s marketing has always been stylish and energetic as their main focus is to attract younger audiences. At Happy Valley, one could easily see the connection between the exciting high-tech vehicles and the thrilling fun that the amusement park brings.
On Sept. 11, Dr. Gu Junli, vice president of Xpeng Motors, an electric car startup in China, announced in a keynote speech that the company has obtained a California Autopilot Test Drive Permit, allowing the company to legally test its autopilot technologies on U.S. soil.
Electric vehicle startup XPENG Motors will manufacture G3 electric SUV and the delivery will start at the end of 2018.
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Chinese electric vehicle startup XPENG Motors officially announces the completion of its Series B+ round of 4 billion yuan today, with Primavera Capital Group, Morningside Venture Capital, as well as Chairman and CEO of XPENG Motors He Xiaopeng himself jointly leading the investment.
Electric vehicle (EV) startup XPeng Motors held a design salon on July 25 in Beijing, to “explore design transformation of AI vehicles”.
He Xiaopeng, chairman of the Chinese electric vehicle startup Xpeng Motors, welcomed a visit from top Chinese tech leaders to the auto maker’s new headquarters in Guangzhou on July 18.
XPeng responded today to the case of a former Apple employee charged with stealing trade secrets in the U.S., claiming its close attention to intellectual property.