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.
The topic of "Xpeng P7 model's airbags didn't open in the accident" caused heated discussion in Chinese social platform.
In response to new Chinese data security requirements, XPeng Motors suspended its app's "remote surround view monitoring" function on Monday.
Guangzhou-based auto firm XPeng announced on Friday that it will adjust the configuration, price and rights of some models from May 9, in order to popularize Advanced Driving Assistance System vehicles to more users.
An owner of XPeng vehicle and a former employee of the company posted an article on his social media account saying that the XPeng P7 he drove had repeatedly experienced power outages and offline problems.
A group of undercover photos of XPeng Motors' brand-new model were leaked on Tuesday. Not long ago, He Xiaopeng revealed that the firm will launch the C-class vehicle platform and the B-class vehicle platform.
An XPeng car owner has claimed that after activating automatic driving functions on a national highway, the car collided with another vehicle that was stationary on the road, without triggering any alarm or response from the vehicle.
XPeng, a Chinese smart electric vehicle company, on Monday announced its unaudited financial results for the three months and fiscal year ended December 31, 2021.
Guangzhou-based EV brand XPeng Motors announced that the XPeng P7, a smart sports sedan, has become its first model to reach the production milestone of 100,000 units.
Starting in 2022, the subsidy for new energy vehicles will decline by 30% compared to that offered in 2021. On Monday, XPeng Motors announced the latest subsidy prices of all models, all of which increased slightly.
In October this year, an individual paid a deposit of 5,000 yuan for a Xpeng P7 and signed a purchase agreement with the store. However, when the car was delivered in November, he was asked to pay an extra 7,000 yuan.
Gu Hongdi, Vice Chairman and President of Xpeng Motors, said in an interview on Wednesday that Xpeng plans to become a global automobile manufacturer and aims to deliver at least half of its electric vehicles to overseas customers.
In response to the recent high-speed rear-end collision of the owner involving one of the company's P7 models, Xpeng responded that the NGP intelligent navigation assisted driving system appears to be functioning normally.
On September 23, some netizens in China broke the news that a Xpeng P7 owner was using the NGP automatic navigation assisted driving system as it collided with a truck.
On Wednesday, Xpeng said it had delivered 7,214 Smart EVs in August. With its increased production output at the Zhaoqing factory, Xpeng now expects its monthly delivery volume to hit 15,000 in Q4, according to Xpeng's CEO.