NIO refutes claims of massive order cancellations as false news
"The news that the official website system encountered a massive order cancellations is untrue, and we have already launched a complaint against the relevant platform," NIO said.
Tesla delivers more than 180,000 units in Q4, China-made Model Y to be delivered soon
Tesla delivered 180,570 units in the fourth quarter and saw 499,550 cumulative deliveries in 2020. It's a new milestone for the electric car maker, but slightly below CEO Elon Musk's goal of delivering 500,000 units for the year.
Model Y price cut in China seen as major impact on traditional luxury car makers
In the view of an industry association, the significant price cuts for the Tesla Model Y in China will have a huge impact on the luxury car market, not the emerging car makers.
New China-made Tesla Model 3 goes on sale, Performance version available for first time
In addition to the China-made Model Y, Tesla today announced the launch of the new Model 3, a chrome-trimmed blacked-out version of the model already available in overseas markets.
China-made Tesla Model Y goes on sale, price from about $52,000
On the first day of the New Year, the last piece of Tesla's "SEXY" portfolio in China was completed, and the price of the China-made Model Y was significantly reduced compared to the imported version.
Tesla denies putting bad parts on cars, says production in strict accordance with Chinese law
Tesla is responding to previous media reports that it is trying to increase sales in China and that bad parts are being loaded onto cars.
Tesla China exec says there's little room for future price cuts, price hikes are also possible
"If the price of raw materials or components increases in the future, it is not impossible for Tesla to increase the price of its electric vehicles."
Pinduoduo merchant sells Rolls-Royce with a discount of RMB 1.22 million
So far, more than 100,000 users have expressed their "desire to buy" the car.
Analyst says Tesla's annual deliveries may exceed target, shares could go as high as $1,000
With strong demand from the Chinese market, Tesla is not ruled out from exceeding its annual delivery target, which would support its share price to as high as $1,000, according to Wedbush Securities.
Tesla China VP says company doesn't want to spend time and energy on marketing and PR
Tesla wants to make great products and provide excellent services to customers, she said, adding, "Time will tell in the end."