Chinese electric car company Motors (NYSE: XPEV) announced Wednesday the launch of the P7 and G3 models with lithium iron phosphate batteries, both of which will be available for sale now, with deliveries of the former expected to begin in May and the latter in April.

The new P7 comes in two variants, both with lithium iron phosphate batteries and an NEDC range of 480km. XPeng calls them standard range versions.

They are available for sale now, with deliveries expected in May 2021 and a starting price of RMB 229,900 after subsidies.

They both come with Xmart OS in-car system, with the lower-priced version featuring XPILOT 2.5 + Autonomous Driving Assistance, priced from RMB 229,900.

The higher-priced version is equipped with XPILOT 3.0 automatic driver assistance system, priced from 239,900 yuan.

Together with the newly released models, the XPeng P7 is now available in four models for sale: rear-wheel drive standard range, rear-wheel drive long-range, rear-wheel-drive extra long range, and four-wheel-drive high performance. Their price range covers RMB 229,900 to RMB 339,900.

The new models have no differences in appearance and interior compared to previous ones, except for the difference in range.

The XPeng G3 is also available in a new version of the original 460i, the G3 460c, which is priced at RMB 149,800 after subsidies.

Compared to the G3 460i, the G3 460c has the same range, the battery type is lithium iron phosphate, and the wheels have been changed to low wind resistance. The model is available for pre-order from March 3, with deliveries expected to begin in April 2021.

(Source: XPeng)