Nio said on Friday that its first overseas plant will start operation in Pest, Hungary in September. The factory will build battery swap stations, as well as provide training and after-sales services related to recharging infrastructure for the European market. The Chinese electric vehicle maker expects the 10,000 square meter facility to give it a competitive edge with premium after-sales services as it pursues expansion into the region. The eight-year-old automaker has delivered 750 vehicles in Norway as of July after eight months of operation, with plans to enter Germany, Sweden, Denmark, and the Netherlands later this year. [Nio release, in Chinese]