Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com, Inc. signed an agreement with Xpeng Motors on Tuesday, providing Xpeng’s customers with services for their electric vehicles.
Chinese unmanned retail solution provider SandStar announced that it has raised hundreds of millions of yuan in a series B+ round of financing.
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.”
Less than two weeks before announcing a $500 million series C+ round of financing, Xpeng Motors has once again raised $300 million in financing, Chinese tech media 36Kr reported, citing a source with knowledge of the matter.
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.
Xpeng Motors revealed that Xpeng P7 sports sedan received an import permit for research purposes from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) last week.
Electric vehicle startup Xpeng Motors ranked first among Chinese automakers in smart & connected car technology patents in 2019 with 335 patent applications.
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.
On November 27, Xpeng Motors announced that they have signed a deal with Alipay to jointly develop in-car payment functions.
Chinese EV upstart Xpeng Motors announced on November 13 the signing of a Series C capital funding of $400 million from a group of strategic and institutional investors.
On October 24, celebrated in China as the programmers’ day due to the reference to the number 1024, XPENG Motors held a joint Tech Day with Tsinghua University.
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.