XPeng is offering the P7 RWD Super Long Range and 4WD High-Performance versions in Norway, as well as the P7 Wing edition with limited stock.
After sending its first P7 vehicles to Norway in late August, XPeng Motors has finally made its flagship sedan available in the country.
The company announced Wednesday that the XPeng P7 Rear-Wheel Drive (RWD) Super Long Range and 4-Wheel Drive (4WD) High-Performance versions are available in Norway, with retail prices starting at NOK 447,820 ($53,120) and NOK 507,820, respectively.
The P7 Wing edition with a scissor-wing door design is also available in limited stock at a starting price of NOK 599,900.
In comparison, the XPeng P7 starts in China at a price range of RMB 219,900 - RMB 339,900. The version with 706 km NEDC range starts at RMB 254,900 ($39,900) and the most powerful version starts at RMB 339,900.
The P7 Wing edition is available in China in two NEDC range options, 670 km and 562 km, starting at RMB 366,900 and RMB 409,900 respectively. The latter is more expensive because of the higher performance.
The XPeng P7 comes with an 80-kWh battery pack, a WLTP range of up to 530 km and a 0-100 kph time of 4.5 seconds for the 4D version, according to XPeng's statement on Wednesday.
The Norwegian version of XPeng P7 supports XPILOT 2.5 assisted driving system as well as Xmart OS in-car operating system with an English interface and a smart voice assistant.
The P7 is XPeng's second model to be launched in Norway after the G3 SUV, signaling the company's ambition to expand in overseas markets.
In Norway, XPeng has established 17 local sales outlets and 21 service outlets with local dealer partners.
"We are committed to building our local presence with a long-term perspective," said Christian Hem, Sales Director of XPeng Norway, at the P7 launch event in Oslo.
"The P7's launch marks an exciting new chapter as we broaden our sales and service network and accelerate our business momentum to better serve our customers in Norway," Hem added.
Test driving of the P7 will be available for Norwegian customers from mid-November at major local sales outlets, XPeng said.
XPeng began accepting reservations for the P7 from Norwegian consumers in early July, although the price was not available at that time.
The localized P7 for the Norwegian market rolled off the production line at XPeng's plant in Zhaoqing, Guangdong province, in August and was shipped to Norway from Guangzhou, where the company is headquartered, in late August.