The number of public charging piles in China increased by 47,000 units in July compared to June, representing an increase of 65.7% year-on-year.
On August 2, Shanghai enterprises and institutions environmental information platform showed the details of a construction project in which part C of the second stage of Tesla's Gigafactory Shanghai Project (Phase I) was completed.
On August 1, BlackBerry Limited and Hozon Auto announced that NETA Auto, an EV brand owned by Hozon Auto, has selected BlackBerry QNX technology to power its soon-to-be-produced futuristic sports sedan, the NETA S.
William Li, the CEO of Chinese new energy firm NIO, said that planned July deliveries of its ET7 model were originally higher than the roughly 4,000 units recorded in June, but an insufficient supply of castings resulted in a drop in production by thousands of units.
NEV developer BYD has decided from July 29 to recall some Tang DM electric vehicles produced between April 5, 2021, and April 18, 2022, totaling 52,928 units.
On July 29, Shanghai-based new energy vehicle company NIO announced the total number of its charging piles across China reaches over 10,000, covering 269 cities.
The BYD Sea Lion model is a pure electric medium-sized SUV, and its road test leaked photo surfaced on July 28.
Shenzhen-based automaker BYD announced on July 22 that its first A-class electric SUV based on the firm's e-platform 3.0 architecture, known as the Yuan Plus in the domestic market, was recently launched in San Jose, Costa Rica.
Aion, a new energy vehicle marque under Guangzhou Automobile Group (GAC Group), is currently establishing a power battery company to promote the industrial layout of self-developed batteries.
On July 21, BYD JAPAN Co., Ltd., a branch of Chinese new energy vehicle company BYD, held a launch conference in Tokyo wherein it announced its official entry into the Japanese passenger car market.
Beijing-based Internet giant Baidu on July 21 unveiled its next-generation fully autonomous vehicle (AV) Apollo RT6, an all-electric, production-ready model with a detachable steering wheel.
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.
The latest flagship L9 SUV from Chinese new energy vehicle firm Li Auto has not yet been delivered, but its test cars have apparently been exposed to hardware problems, triggering hot debate among web users and questions from industry insiders.
Shenzhen-based auto company BYD announced on July 14 that it has won an order for 15 electric buses from Spanish public transport firm Arriva.
A signing ceremony was held in Wuhan, China on July 12, during which NIO-backed Weineng Wuhan Battery Asset Co., Ltd. entered into cooperation agreements with upstream and downstream partners across the industrial chain.