Emerge is TechNode’s annual conference about emerging trends in China tech. It presents a strategic and forward-looking view of China’s tech sector in English with voices from experts and representatives of leading companies.
Xpeng is gearing up for an ambitious goal: setting a benchmark for driver assistance technology in China that rivals will have to overcome.
With help from Alibaba’s map technology, Xpeng says it now has the most advanced driver-assist function for Chinese customers.
The best success stories often begin with failures. What we see are the hefty funding rounds, skyrocketing valuations; what we overlook are the embarrassing first efforts, setbacks and radical change of directions. Ofo, the first company bike rental company to gain unicorn status in the emerging sector, meets nearly every definition we have for a successful […]
Nickel price surge could further increase the cost of electric vehicles and force automakers to cut earnings forecasts.
Big auto and big tech announced EVs at Auto Shanghai 2021, putting pressure on young EV upstarts.
Chinese EV battery makers trail behind Asian peers in technology, resulting in issues such as fire risk, say experts at TechNode’s Emerge 2020 event.
More challenges loom ahead in the pursuit of profit for Nio, as the company fights for market share amid intensifying competition.
There are now three Chinese premium EV makers listed in US stock markets: Nio, Li Auto, and Xpeng. Let’s get to know them.
In translation from our friends at GQ Reports, a dispatch from the blue collar heroes on the front lines of Wuhan’s battle against coronavirus.