XPeng has set up a supercharging station in the parking lot of Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport, becoming the first EV startup in China to set up a supercharging station at an airport pickup point, the company said Tuesday.
XPeng owners can charge for free at designated supercharging piles in the airport's T1 Terminal P5 parking lot and T2 Terminal P6 parking lot, and enjoy free parking for one hour.
XPeng's free lifetime charging service for car owners includes both its own charging network and a comprehensive service system of third-party charging networks.
XPeng car owners can enjoy the free lifetime charging service provided by XPeng Supercharging at the stations of selected third-party charging network operators such as State Grid, Southern Power Grid, Teld, Star Charging, and Little Orange Charging.
This free lifetime charging service site at Baiyun Airport is based on the in-depth cooperation between XPeng and Teld, the company said.
Baiyun Airport is one of the three major aviation hubs in China and one of the top 50 major airports in the world, with passenger throughput exceeding 70 million in 2019.
The XPeng charging station is less than 300 meters walking distance from the Baiyun Airport terminal and will facilitate XPeng owners to replenish their power at that airport.
As of December 15, XPeng Supercharging has achieved lifetime free charging service in 66 cities and 550 stations.