Xpeng’s shares rose 1.8% at the opening of trading to reach 168 Hong Kong dollars a piece, as the company carried out a dual primary listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
Nio and XPeng, two leading Chinese smart electric vehicle companies, announced on Thursday their vehicle delivery results for June and the second quarter of this year.
Leading Chinese smart electric vehicle maker Xpeng announced on Wednesday the pricing of an offering of 85,000,000 Class A ordinary shares at HK$165 ($21.25) per share which comprises both an international offering and a Hong Kong public offering.
China’s electric car maker Xpeng Motors today got approval from the Hong Kong Stock Exchange for a dual primary listing and will launch an IPO, reported Reuters, citing sources with direct knowledge of the matter.
Chinese electric vehicle (EV) maker NIO saw its deliveries fall in May due to a global semiconductor shortage, while rival XPeng’s sales continued to grow at a robust pace as the company managed to prevent the chip crisis from hobbling its business.
Tesla says in its case settlement statement from 16 April, officially ending the two-year lawsuits against its former employee Cao Guangzhi, who briefly joined XPeng as engineer after servicing Tesla for two years.
Chinese electric vehicle (EV) company Weltmeister Motor is rumored to have postponed its scheduled initial public offering (IPO) following negative media coverage of the company.
Chinese electric vehicle maker Xpeng is building a factory in the city of Wuhan that will have the capacity to produce 100,000 EVs a year, the company announced on Thursday.
Chinese electric vehicle startup XPeng Motors’ strong technological edge is boosting the company’s position in the highly competitive electric vehicle (EV) sector, amid accelerated efforts in shaping the future of mobility.
Chinese electric vehicle (EV) startup Xpeng Motors has kicked off a week-long autonomous driving challenge that will span more than 3,600 kilometers across six Chinese provinces, putting its autonomous capabilities to the ultimate test.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi is currently preparing to make its own electric cars and could launch the venture as soon as April, according to Chinese media outlet 36Kr, citing investors close to the company.
Xiaomi injects funds into bodybuilding course maker I-Fitness, Julive rakes in 400 million yuan, Allianz tightens partnership with WeLab, while Xpeng Motors secures a new commitment from the Guangdong government.
Chinese electric vehicle (EV) maker XPeng Motors announced on Monday that it has secured funding worth 500 million yuan ($77 million) from the Guangdong provincial government.
Chinese electric vehicle (EV) startup Xpeng reported better-than-expected fourth-quarter 2020 revenues on Monday and said it will launch a second sedan model before the end of June this year.
Chinese electric carmaker XPeng Motors said it has not been affected by the global chip supply shortage and plans to launch its third production model in the fourth quarter of 2021.
Chinese drone manufacturer DJI said the company has not established a new engineering team to work on self-driving technologies.
Wedbush Securities believes next year, Apple will announce an electric vehicle strategic partnership potentially with Tesla, Volkswagen, or manufacturers in China such as Nio and Xpeng.
Concerning Elon Musk’s comment, Xpeng’s CEO Xiaopeng He fired back on social media.
Chinese smart electric vehicle company XPeng announced its unaudited financial results for the third quarter ended Sept. 30, 2020, showing a 265.8% year-on-year increase in deliveries and a 342.5% year-on-year growth in sales.
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.