Some 169,000 so-called new energy vehicles (BEVs, PHEVs and FCEVs) were sold in China in November, up 136.5 percent year-on-year, according to the China Passenger Car Association, with SAIC GM Wuling (SGMW), BYD and Tesla selling the most e-vehicles last month.
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Which new electric cars will be launched in 2021? In the price range between 30,000 and 50,000 euros, the choice is growing. In addition to the compacts, an armada of heavyweight E-SUVs is rolling towards us. Christoph M. Schwarzer looks for us at the electric offerings of the new year!
Chinese manufacturer Xpeng has started delivering its electric cars to customers in Norway. 100 units of the Xpeng G3 E-SUV are currently being handed over to their new owners in 28 Norwegian cities. Prices of the electric car start at 358,000 kroner in Norway, the equivalent of around 33,700 euros.
China's largest electric car makers have released their December 2020 sales figures, taking stock of the year as a whole. Towards the end of 2020, BYD and WM Motor both made gains, as did Nio and Xpeng Motors, with the latter duo posting new sales records for December.
Chinese electric car maker Xpeng has announced another e-sedan, which will be the third model in its portfolio alongside the G3 compact SUV and the P7 sporty sedan. The new model is set to be unveiled later this year, with large-scale production also set to begin before the end of 2021.
Chinese e-car maker Xpeng plans to decide which European countries to enter next within the next four months, and in an interview on its expansion plans, Xpeng president Brian Gu also indicated that electric car production in Europe is also a possibility in the future.
Electric car maker Xpeng is recalling 13,399 units of its G3 model built between March 29, 2019 and September 27, 2020 in China due to a potential problem with the inverter that can cause the cars to lose power while driving.
Chinese e-car maker Xpeng delivered 2,223 vehicles in February, and is expected to grow 577 percent this year. The Chinese also plan to offer LFP batteries as an option for their G3 and P7 models in the future.
Chinese e-car maker Xpeng has released its 2020 financials, with key financials improving and sales also more than doubling - but only to 27,041 electric cars.
China's first e-car manufacturers have released their sales figures for March and for the completed first quarter of the year, with BYD, Nio and Xpeng's statistics showing - unsurprisingly - a strong increase in sales compared to the start of 2020, which was overshadowed by the start of the pandemic.
Chinese electric car maker Xpeng has announced plans to build another plant, in Wuhan, with an annual capacity of 100,000 cars. No timetable has yet been given for construction or even production to begin.
Chinese electric car maker Xpeng has delivered a first look at its third production model after the G3 compact SUV and the P7 large sedan. The third Xpeng model is called the P5 and is effectively a little brother to the P7 - but in some ways it is superior to the P7.
Electric car sales from Chinese manufacturers BYD, Nio and Xpeng all saw significant gains in April, with the two startups in particular seeing a significant increase in sales. Somewhat confusing figures for April, on the other hand, come from Tesla.
Chinese electric car maker Xpeng has reported its financial results for the first quarter of 2021, with sales and revenue up significantly year-on-year, but the e-car startup remains in the red.
Xpeng Motors registered sales of 6,565 electric cars in June, up 617 percent from June 2020. What's more, the Chinese electric carmaker is now officially listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, following its stock market debut in the US last year.
Electric car maker Xpeng has given its first G3 model, launched in China at the end of 2018, a design update. The launch of the revamped version took place in China these days, and the first deliveries are expected to be completed in September.
Chinese electric car maker Xpeng has priced its third production model, the P5, to be launched in China in the third quarter of 2021 and delivered in the fourth quarter of 2021. The e-sedan will start at prices starting at 180,000 yuan after subsidies (the equivalent of around €23,500).
A total of 271,000 new energy vehicles were sold in China in July, up 164.4 percent from July 2020. BYD led the way among manufacturers, but the best-selling model for the eleventh consecutive month was the Wuling Hongguang Mini EV.
Chinese electric car maker Xpeng has announced plans to expand its existing plant in Zhaoqing, doubling annual production capacity there to 200,000 vehicles.
Chinese electric car maker Xpeng has reported its financial results for the second quarter of 2021, with deliveries climbing to 17,398 vehicles from April to June, a 439 percent year-on-year increase. Xpeng also announced plans to release at least two new models every year starting in 2023.
China's e-car makers saw rising sales of electric cars and plug-in hybrids in August, with BYD surpassing the 60,000 new electric vehicle (NEV) sales mark for the first time. By comparison, Tesla sold 44,264 of its China-made vehicles last month.
Xpeng has now officially launched its third production model P5 in the Chinese market and released in detail the technical specifications and prices. Meanwhile, there are rumors that the P5 could also be launched in Europe.
Around 357,000 new energy vehicles were sold in China in September. Battery-electric vehicles, plug-in hybrids and fuel cell vehicles together accounted for a market share of 17.3 percent. BYD continues to be the strongest brand.
Chinese manufacturer Xpeng has now introduced its P7 large electric sedan to the Norwegian market, following deliveries of the G3 e-SUV there since late 2020.
In October, 368,000 New Energy Vehicles were sold in China, up both year-over-year and month-over-month, but the best-selling NEV in October did not come from BYD or Tesla.
Chinese electric car maker Xpeng has unveiled the G9, now its fourth model after the G3, P7 and P5. Promoted as a "smart SUV flagship", the station wagon-like Stromer is the first Xpeng model designed from the start not only for the Chinese market but also for international markets.
Chinese electric car maker Xpeng has reported its financial results for the third quarter of 2021, with sales from July to September rising to around 5.72 billion yuan (around 800 million euros), but net loss also increasing to just under 1.59 billion yuan (around 220 million euros).
After its European debut in Norway, the Chinese electric car manufacturer Xpeng also plans to launch in Sweden, Denmark and the Netherlands next year. It is not yet known when Xpeng also plans to come to Germany.
Sales of New Energy Vehicles hit a new high for the year in November, with 429,000 NEVs sold in the previous month, significantly surpassing the previous record set in October (368,000 vehicles).
The expansion into other European countries announced by Chinese electric car manufacturer Xpeng is becoming concrete with the signing of sales and service partnerships in the Netherlands and Sweden. The sales partnerships are soon to be followed by the company's own branches.
Chinese electric car maker Xpeng has opened reservations for its third production model, the P5, in four European countries. Xpeng's smaller e-sedan is now available for pre-order in Denmark, the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden.
In February, 317,000 New Energy Vehicles were sold in China, up 189 percent from the same month last year, with the ratio of plug-in hybrids and battery-electric cars within the NEV category remaining nearly constant.
Shortly after Nio, another Chinese electric car manufacturer, Xpeng, has now presented its financial figures for 2021. Xpeng was able to outperform its competitor Nio in terms of deliveries, but while Nio was able to stem its losses on a yearly basis, things look different for Xpeng.
The Chinese electric car manufacturer Xpeng receives a credit line of up to 7.5 billion yuan from the Agricultural Bank of China for the further expansion of its business activities.
280,000 New Energy Vehicles were sold in China in April, up 50.1 percent from the same month last year but down 38.5 percent from March 2022, making April the weakest month of the year so far.
In the first three months of the year, Xpeng increased its vehicle deliveries compared to the same quarter last year, with the Chinese electric car maker delivering a total of 34,561 vehicles during the period.
Sales of new energy vehicles in China increased by around 50 percent in May compared to April, reaching 421,000 units. After a weak April, the Chinese market was able to return to the growth trend with the second-best monthly result of the year.
Chinese electric car maker Xpeng is suspending its pre-orders for its P5 model that opened in March in European countries Denmark, Norway, Sweden and the Netherlands until further notice - citing global supply chain issues.
Sales of new energy vehicles in China hit a new record of 571,000 in June, up 150,000 from May 2022 for these passenger cars (BEV, PHEV and FCEV cumulatively).
Xpeng is now accepting reservations for its fourth model, the G9, in its home country. In conjunction with the pre-sale launch in China, Xpeng is also providing more technical details on the model, which was also designed for international markets from the start.
Plugsurfing has signed another collaboration with a Chinese electric car manufacturer, with Xpeng drivers in Norway receiving Plugsurfing's charging solution and a co-branded charging key that gives them access to 300,000 public charging points across Europe via the Plugsurfing network.