received the award for its innovative brand strategy and outstanding brand recognition in overseas markets.

XPeng Motors has been named by Twitter as a leading Chinese brand in the automotive industry in international markets, according to an image shared by the electric vehicle maker today.

XPeng received the award, Twitter's 2021 China Leading Brands in international Markets, for its innovative brand strategy and outstanding brand recognition in overseas markets, according to the image.

A press release about the award is currently unavailable, so it's unclear how Twitter made the award.

From June 2020, XPeng starts selling the G3i model with an NEDC range of 520 km in Norway.

On September 24, 2020, 100 units of the SUV G3i were shipped to Norway, marking the first orders received by XPeng in the European market.

At the end of August, XPeng sent the first shipment of its flagship sedan P7 from its headquarters in Guangzhou to Norway, the first time XPeng P7 has been exported outside of China.

At the end of October, the XPeng P7 Rear-Wheel Drive (RWD) Super Long Range and 4-Wheel Drive (4WD) High-Performance versions were launched in Norway, retailing at NOK 447,820 ($53,120) and NOK 507,820 respectively. 507,820 to start.

In Norway, XPeng has established 17 local sales outlets and 21 service outlets with local dealer partners, according to information previously announced by the company

XPeng's local counterpart, , is also actively entering overseas markets and opened its first NIO House overseas in Norway in October.

At the NIO Day 2021 event held on December 18, William Li, founder, chairman and CEO of NIO, said NIO will enter Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden and Denmark next year.

NIO's goal is to serve users in more than 25 countries and regions worldwide by 2025, Li said.