Li Xiang, Chairman and CEO of Li Auto, expressed on Weibo, "NIO, XPeng, and Li Auto have never fabricated or falsely reported any financing."
On September 14th, spy shots and real-life videos of Li Mega, Li Auto's first battery electric vehicle model, were revealed.
On September 1st, CATL announced that "Qilin Battery," can help Li Auto's first pure electric vehicle model, the Li Auto MEGA, achieve a 12-minute charge for 500 kilometers.
Li Auto announced today that, to celebrate the one-year anniversary of Li L-Series deliveries, cumulative deliveries have exceeded 250,000 vehicles and they are launching a limited-time insurance subsidy campaign.
In August, several car companies have started a new round of price reductions through limited-time discounts and other methods. Even Li Auto, which previously claimed to not consider price reductions, couldn't hold out any longer.
On August 3rd, Li Auto officially released another version of its six-seater SUV L9 model - the L9 Pro, with a price of 429,800 yuan(60,173 US Dollar), which is 30,000 yuan (4,200 US Dollar) cheaper than the L9 MAX version priced at 459,800 yuan (64,373 US Dollar).
On June 19th, Li Auto's official WeChat account "You Ge Li Xiang" released an article introducing the company's development in the field of AI large language models. Chen Wei, head of Li Auto's spatial algorithm team, stated: "We had already started training for the entire large language model before ChatGPT was introduced.
On June 13, Li Xiang's EV company, Li Auto, witnessed a record-breaking weekly sales volume, reaching 8,400 units in the 24th week of 2023 (June 5-11).
On June 6th, Li Xiang, the CEO of Li Auto, forwarded a message from a relevant blogger and stated that in addition to child mode, OTA 4.5's voice system has switched to fully self-developed algorithms.
On June 1st, it was reported that with the arrival of June, the second half of 2023 officially began and various car companies have experienced explosive growth. Today, Li Auto announced its delivery data for May 2023.
Li Xiang, CEO of Li Auto, took to Weibo in the late hours of May 25, 2023, to express his pride in the company's extensive use of domestic Chinese suppliers.
Executive compensation is a topic of great interest whenever the automobile group releases its annual report. In China, there exists a significant disparity between the salaries of executives in electric vehicle manufacturers and those in fuel-powered vehicle manufacturers.
Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer, Li Auto, released its Q1 financial report on May 10th. The report revealed a revenue of 18.79 billion yuan ($2.71 billion) for the quarter, indicating an increase of 96.5% year-on-year and 6.4% compared to the previous quarter.
On May 6th, Li Auto released a report on May Day travel. The total mileage of its vehicles reached 144 million kilometers, including 72.29 million kilometers driven by fuel, which increased by 147% compared to normal days and increased by 372% from last year's May Day.
In April, Chinese automakers' delivery results revealed that Li Auto delivered more vehicles than NIO and XPeng combined. Additionally, the new energy vehicle brands of traditional car companies are experiencing a consistent upward trend in sales.
On April 23rd, Li Xiang, CEO of Li Auto stated in a post that the release of Sentry mode was delayed for several months due to compatibility issues with the car model.
Chinese electric vehicle maker Li Auto unveiled its autonomous driving and battery electric vehicle (BEV) roadmap on the first day of the 20th Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition.
According to a document from the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, Wang Xing, who is the co-founder and CEO of Meituan, a Chinese food delivery company, sold 1.33 million shares of Li Auto over three trading days (March 28-30).
The China EV100 Forum took place on April 1, with several representatives from car manufacturing companies in attendance. They delivered speeches and shared their perspectives on a range of topics including the global automotive industry, new energy vehicles, and the development of intelligent connected vehicles.
Chinese electric vehicle manufacturers have recently reported their delivery volumes for March, showing that the auto market in China began to recover in March as demand for cars increased.