LIZHI launches live stream podcasts feature, XPeng first carmaker to adopt it
LIZHI rose 4.7% on Wednesday and is up 26% since March 30. The company's shares halved in the second half of March during a broad selloff of technology stocks.
DJI denies forming engineering team to develop LiDAR, autonomous driving technology
DJI has been focusing on R&D innovation, which also includes developing cutting-edge technology applications in the automotive sector, and these efforts have been underway for years, it said.
XPeng opens supercharging station at Guangzhou airport
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.
Deutsche Bank initiates coverage of XPeng with Buy rating and $58 price target
The price target represents a 31 percent upside potential to the Chinese electric car company's Friday closing price of $44.31.
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.
On the way to catch up with Tesla, where did NIO, Li Auto and XPeng spend their money?
The amount of money they are spending on capital expenditures speaks for itself and is a sign of confidence and ambition.
NIO, XPeng, Li Auto's timeline for funding this year
Tesla, XPeng, and Li Auto have all issued or announced plans to issue additional shares, leaving NIO the only major EV maker not having announced such plans as of Thursday.
After Tesla, Baidu also found to be misusing XPeng's image
Everyone seems to be using XPeng's images or video when promoting their navigation capabilities. After Tesla, Baidu is the latest to do so.
XPeng plans to issue 48 million additional ADSs, up from 40 million previously planned
XPeng priced its follow-on offering of the ADS at $45 each, representing a 7.6% discount to its last closing price of $48.69.
Will NIO follow Tesla, XPeng, Li Auto in issuing additional shares?
William Li Bin, the founder of NIO, said the company has no plans to raise additional funding in the short term to support NIO's growth.