XPeng P7

XPeng P7 named 'Car of the Year' in Chinese auto industry's 'Oscar' awards
The NIO ES6 won the Car of the Year Award at last year's 7th Xuanyuan Awards, becoming the first new car maker to win this award.
XPeng delivers 4,224 vehicles in Nov, up 342% year-on-year
XPeng's November deliveries reached 4,224 units, up 342 percent year-over-year, the Chinese electric vehicle company said today.
XPeng announces new P7 with scissor doors, plans world's first LIDAR-equipped car
Chinese EV maker XPeng today announced the new XPeng P7 Scissor Door Edition, available in 4WD High Performance and Rear-Wheel Drive versions with a subsidized retail price of RMB 366,900 to RMB 409,900.
Citi raises price targets on XPeng and Li Auto
Citi raised price target on XPeng (XPEV.US) from $34.70 to $57.71, and maintains "Buy" rating. The bank also raised Li Auto (LI.US) rating from "Neutral" to "Buy" with a price target raised to $45.60 from $27.10.
XPeng says it has filed a total of 1,574 patents
Since its establishment, Chinese electric car company XPeng Motors (NYSE: XPEV) has applied for 1,574 patents, including 1,511 domestic patents, said Fan Jinbiao, IP manager of XPeng.
XPeng says it expects its second production base to begin operations in 2022
Tesla's Chinese rival and Alibaba-backed XPeng Motors's second manufacturing base was settled in the Guangzhou Development Zone in September this year and is scheduled to start production by the end of 2022, the company said in a conference call after announcing its third-quarter results on Thursday.
XPeng Q3 revenue beats expectations, gross margin turns positive for first time
Chinese EV maker XPeng posted revenue of RMB 1.99 billion in the third quarter, higher than market expectations of RMB 1.9 billion, the company said today in financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, and expects fourth-quarter revenue of about RMB 2.2 billion.
Behind Chinese brands' efforts to enter high-end market: to become another NIO or Tesla?
According to the data released by NIO, Li Auto and XPeng at the beginning of November, they delivered a total of 11,781 new cars in October, surpassing the average monthly sales record of China-made Model 3.
XPeng adds six new cities to offer free charging to car owners
Chinese electric car company XPeng Motors (NYSE: XPEV) announced in September that it would provide free lifetime charging service for XPeng's first non-operating car owners who charge their cars at designated charging stations in selected cities. The company said today that from October 30, the service will cover new cities such as Haikou, Huizhou, Quanzhou, Weifang, Shantou and Zhuhai.
XPeng launches high-speed autopilot function
Vehicles of Chinese electric car company XPeng Motors (NYSE: XPEV) will be equipped with NGP high-speed autopilot for the first time.