On August 10, Chinese new energy automobile enterprise XPeng released official interior photos of the G9, a medium to large SUV model.
Chinese electric vehicle firm BYD disclosed its July production and sales report on August 3. The company produced 163,358 new energy vehicles in July, a year-on-year increase of 221.70%.
Chinese automaker XPeng announced on August 3 that the charging line in the Northwest China has been officially completed. The line measures a total length of 3,150 km and stretches from Xi'an, Shanxi Province to Lanzhou, Gansu Province.
XPeng Motors and Alibaba Cloud announced on August 2 that they have jointly built China's largest intelligent computing center for automated driving in Ulanqab, Inner Mongolia. The center is to be used for autonomous driving vehicle model testing.
Domestic firm XPeng's new SUV model, which has recently been covertly photographed while carrying out road tests, may become a powerful rival of Tesla's Model Y.
Chinese electric vehicle makers scrambled to unveil their delivery volumes for the month of July on August 1, including NIO, Li Auto, XPeng, Geely-backed Zeekr, and others.
A Chinese car blogger recently said that he was misjudged by an automated driving feature due to the size of his eyes. This has triggered several responses from Chinese car companies such as XPeng and NIO.
On July 25, news emerged that Chinese auto giant GAC Group is now developing flying cars. This represents an important measure for the transformation of GAC as a traditional car company.
On July 25, He Xiaopeng, Chairman of XPeng Motors, announced on social media that XPeng Aeroht, an affiliate of XPeng, officially opened its new trial factory.
Chinese EV automaker XPeng Motors announced on July 19 that it has reached a strategic cooperative relationship with China's leading car rental services provider, eHi Car Services.
He Xiaopeng, the CEO and co-founder of XPeng Motors, as well as one of the strongest promoters of flying cars, on the afternoon of July 13 showed a video of the actual operation of the firm's X1 aerial vehicle.
China’s marketplace for new energy vehicles posted a strong rebound in June, industry data showed, leading an auto sector turnaround as cash subsidies and tax cuts, part of a wider push for economic stabilization, helped incentivize consumers.
On July 12, XPeng Motors’ subsidiary company PXing announced the completion of a round A of financing worth more than $100 million.
On July 8, the China Passenger Car Association released its analysis of the national passenger vehicle market in June this year. The data shows that retail sales of passenger vehicles reached 1.943 million units in June, up 22.6% year-on-year.
Chinese electric vehicle maker XPeng announced on July 5 that its G3i model ushered in an over-the-air (OTA) update in which functions which have often been requested by netizens are now provided.