Brian Gu, Vice Chairman and President of XPeng Motors, announced at the Munich Motor Show that XPeng plans to enter the German market next year. Eric Xu, Vice President of International Markets at XPeng Motors, also mentioned that France will be included as a new market for XPeng next year, with a possibility of entering the UK market as well. Markus Schrick, Head of XPeng Germany, stated that in Germany, XPeng plans to sell through traditional dealership channels and is currently in discussions with several larger chain stores.
On Tuesday, the China Passenger Car Association (CPCA) released its National Passenger Car Market Analysis Report for the month of April.
Chinese electric vehicle maker XPeng has recently made a round of adjustments with its P7, P5 and G3i series by reducing the number of models but retaining current configurations and retail sticker prices.
On January 18, Chinese electric vehicle maker XPeng held its annual meeting. He Xiaopeng, the firm's chairman, reviewed his five-year entrepreneurial journey from 2018 to 2022, reflected on the firm's performance in 2022, and shared its main plan for 2023.
Chinese electric vehicle maker XPeng's Guangzhou factory obtained a production qualification in January, and is expected to be open to users and partners in early March. Currently, only the G9 is produced there.