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 the second day of Auto Shanghai 2023, Xiaomi founder Lei Jun visited several electric vehicle makers' booths including NIO, XPeng, Geely's Zeekr and HiPhi.
On April 18, Siemens signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Chinese electric vehicle company XPeng Motors.
Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer XPeng Motors revealed its latest EV architecture on April 16. The company aims to achieve a balance between cost, efficiency, experience, and globalization with the new SEPA 2.0 platform.
Chinese electric vehicle maker XPeng revealed that, in 2022, it completed a phased organizational restructuring and appointed Wang Fengying as president while retaining other core executives in their original positions.
XPeng Motors' announcement on April 4th, 2023, the company upgraded over 160 S2 supercharging stations to S4 fast-charging stations in the first quarter. Additionally, it added another 349 third-party free charging stations in Q1.
On April 3, XPeng Motors, a Chinese new energy vehicle company, released images of its new mid-size coupe SUV model named G6.
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.
On March 17, Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer XPeng released its previous year-end financial report. Its total revenue for 2022 was 26.86 billion yuan ($3.89 billion), representing a 28% increase from the previous year.
A recent screenshot circulated on a Chinese network showed that an anonymous user posted a message saying, "All the manufacturing factories that have worked for XPeng Motors are selling materials at low prices in the past few days.”
Chinese electric vehicle maker XPeng has restructured its marketing system by merging the auto trade and user development service teams and establishing over 20 sales regions in China.
XPeng, an electric vehicle maker, on March 10 launched its new P7i sports sedan for the Chinese market. Pricing of the new P7i starts at 249,900 yuan ($35,877) to 339,900 yuan ($48,796). Deliveries will kick off in March for customers in China.
Personnel turmoil has persisted at Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer XPeng since its major organizational adjustment announcement in October of last year.
Recently, a video depicting XPeng's on-board app requiring users to adopt strange postures in order to complete its facial recognition verification, caused some negative feedback online.
He Xiaopeng, chairman of Chinese electric vehicle maker XPeng, who was elected as a delegate for China's "Two Sessions" for the first time, put forward suggestions on accelerating the systematic guarantee of autonomous driving.
With the gradual economic recovery in China following the Spring Festival holiday and the COVID-19 outbreaks, electric vehicle sales showed growth in February.
Chinese electric vehicle maker XPeng's Guangzhou factory obtained a production qualification in January, and is expected to be open to users and partners in early March. Currently, only the G9 is produced there.
On February 3, XPeng, a Chinese electric vehicle maker, launched its two latest smart EV models for European markets: G9 flagship SUV, and the new P7 sports sedan.
XPeng Aeroht, a flying car company owned by XPeng, announced on January 30 that the self-developed flying car XPeng X2 has obtained a special flight permit issued by the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC).
XPeng, a Chinese smart electric vehicle company, on January 30 announced that Wang Fengying has been appointed as the new president of the company. Wang previously worked at Great Wall Motor for over 30 years.