Chinese electric vehicle startup Li Auto saw its losses widen in the second quarter of the year, according to its periodic fiscal disclosure on August 15, which also provided soft guidance for the third quarter.
After a car accident involving Taiwanese singer and racecar driver Jimmy Lin, another Tesla vehicle has crashed in mainland China. Recently, a Tesla Model Y owner suddenly lost control of the vehicle and hit a wall.
A man in China's Zhejiang Province died in a traffic accident while driving an XPeng Motors vehicle, causing the man's family to question that the accident may due to a braking failure.
A fatal car accident occurred on August 10 in the eastern Chinese city of Ningbo, involving an XPeng P7 that collided with another vehicle in front, which had pulled over for repairs on the highway.
In response to the reports that a Li One caught on fire on the highway and was burned to its frame, Li Auto's customer service confirmed the matter to the domestic media on August 2, and said that the company had set up a special investigation team.
A car accident involving a Lexus LM in Guigang, Guangxi Province on July 28 has aroused heated discussion and concern within the Chinese internet.
Li Auto's L9 model, claimed by the firm to be "the best household SUV within 5 million yuan," on July 26 suffered another accident during a test drive.
Taiwanese singer, actor, and race car driver Jimmy Lin was injured in a car crash while driving a Tesla Model X in Taiwan. Lin was driving the vehicle with his son, but lost control of the car and crashed into a road barrier, causing the Tesla model to catch fire.
A traffic accident involving a vehicle made by NIO occurred on the morning of July 4 at the entrance to a hospital in the city of Luohe in China's central Henan Province.
On August 12, Lin Wenqin, founder of Meiyihao, died in a traffic accident. The release mentions that Lin's vehicle, a Nio ES8, had its autonomous driving function (NOP pilot status) engaged at the time of the accident.
On Sept. 5, a Tesla vehicle suddenly accelerated when passing a local street on Shuangfu Street in Nanchong, Sichuan, hitting several pedestrians, causing two deaths, six injuries, and multiple vehicle collisions.