Electric vehicle maker Li Auto said on Tuesday that no one was seriously injured after an L9 crossover crashed into a guardrail in the eastern Chinese city of Ningbo. A salesperson was giving a customer a test drive on Monday night when the accident took place, after the car tried to pass a vehicle in front from the right-hand side and then encountered merging lanes, according to logs reviewed by the automaker. The incident comes just days after another L9 suffered a broken suspension during a test drive on July 18. The company responded to the July 18 incident by saying that the faulty component was only for trial vehicles; the firm also extended the warranty on air spring parts for the flagship new model. [Li Auto release, in Chinese]