Chinese electric vehicle maker Leapmotor is looking to list its common shares on the Hong Kong stock exchange as part of a global offering to raise more than HK$ 8.11 billion ($1.03 billion), according to securities filings on Tuesday. The Hong Kong float of 13.08 million shares, to be priced at no more than HK$ 62 apiece, forms a part of the company’s global offering of 130 million shares, Leapmotor said. The seven-year-old company delivered 76,563 vehicles in its home market for the first eight months of 2022, lagging behind peers Hozon and Xpeng Motors but still ahead of Nio and Li Auto. [Leapmotor filings, in Chinese]