The world’s largest battery maker joins forces with top energy companies in China to boost the development of energy storage systems.
The Singapore Exchange (SGX) has issued NIO a conditional eligibility-to-list (ETL) letter for its proposed secondary listing in Singapore.
In a letter sent on Sunday 1 May to the local authorities in Shanghai, Tesla expressed its appreciation for their help in reopening Tesla Giga Shanghai.
Houkun Hu, the rotating chairman of Huawei, revealed on Tuesday 26 April that Huawei will definitely release new smart car models this year.
The leading global autonomous driving company Pony.ai announced on Tuesday 26 April a deeper partnership with Ontime, GAC’s ride-hailing app.
Pony.ai, also known as Xiaoma Zhixing, announced on 24 April that it won the bid for the 2022 taxi capacity index in Guangzhou, China.
AITO, a new energy automobile brand jointly created by Huawei and Chongqing Sokon’s Seres, will increase the price of the AITO M5 four-wheel-drive version.
Tesla’s most productive manufacturing plant in Shanghai reopened on 19 April with 8,000 employees returning to work after a three-week closure.
According to Gong Xin, CEO of Cao Cao Mobility, the number of its users has surpassed 120 million, jumping from 60 million in July of last year.
As the number of COVID-19 cases continues to increase in Shanghai, Fudan University has introduced Meituan autonomous vehicles to provide non-contact delivery services for teachers and students on campus.
BYD Auto announced that in accordance with its strategic development needs, the company stopped manufacturing all fuel-powered cars in March 2022.
NIO vehicle owners are interested in a mobile phone that can better connect with the car, prompting NIO to investigate this market.