Xpeng is gearing up for an ambitious goal: setting a benchmark for driver assistance technology in China that rivals will have to overcome.
Li Auto will be the first automaker to use Nvidia’s newest processor to facilitate highly autonomous driving functions for its EVs.
Starting at $38,400, the sedan is designed to compete with Tesla’s Model 3.
There are now three Chinese premium EV makers listed in US stock markets: Nio, Li Auto, and Xpeng. Let’s get to know them.
Tesla is asking for an awful lot of information from Xpeng, from a total look at its source code to the hard drives of its top executives.
As complaints about sales practices and safety questions get louder on the Chinese internet, Tesla seems to be brushing them off.
Hello Transtech, an Alibaba-backed mobility unicorn, is streets ahead of the bikesharing firms that have come before it.