Xpeng Motors on Tuesday launched a redesigned version of the G9 with sticker prices significantly lower than last year’s version, in an effort to boost sales of its highest-positioned offering. The sports utility vehicle now costs from RMB 263,900 ($36,160), compared with the RMB 309,900 ($42,464) price tag the car came with last September. The G9 has space for two 15-inch high-resolution screens on its center console, and takes 20 minutes to charge from a low level to 80%. The roomy five-seater is equipped with adaptive dual-chamber air suspension and can adjust its dampers to dynamically match road conditions. Volkswagen-backed Xpeng will begin delivering the vehicle in four European countries including Norway and Denmark next month, with plans to enter Germany in 2024, chief executive He Xiaopeng said at a press event. [Xpeng statement, in Chinese]