Nio's booth is located in Hall 10, H1010, and as usual, it will be showcasing the whole layout of its flagship showroom, Nio House, at the event.
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Nio (NYSE: NIO) will showcase its full lineup of production models, as well as the EP9 supercar, at the Chengdu auto show, which starts later this week, according to an article the company posted on its mobile app today.
This year's Chengdu auto show will begin on Friday, August 25 and run through September 3, with August 25 as media day.
The show will be held at the Western China International Expo City, where a total of 129 brands will display nearly 1,600 models, according to information released last week by the event's organizers.
Nio's booth is located in Hall 10, H1010, and as usual, it will be showing the whole layout of its flagship showroom, Nio House, at the event.
The company will showcase its full range of production models, EP9 supercar, lifestyle brand Nio Life, and its iconic battery swap station on the first floor of the booth. The second floor of its stand will be a lounge area where drinks will be served.
Nio's current models on sale include the ET7 and ET5 sedans, the ET5 Touring, SUVs including the ES8, ES7 and ES6, and the EC7 coupe SUV.
Nio is encouraging users of its mobile app to invite others to test drive its vehicles, and for every 2 successful invitations to complete a test drive, they will receive 2 free tickets to the Chengdu auto show, according to today's article.
Xpeng is at H1009 in Hall 10 and Li Auto is at H1102 in Hall 11.
BYD's booth is at H301 in Hall 3, its Yangwang brand is at H307, Denza is at H309 and Fang Cheng Bao is at H308. This will be Fang Cheng Bao's first time at an auto show.
Nio also showed its full range of models at the Chengdu auto show last August and debuted a pink ET5 sedan.
However, due to Covid concerns, the Chengdu auto show, which was originally scheduled to last 10 days last year, ended early after four days.
China abandoned its zero-Covid policy at the end of last year, and since then major events, including auto shows, have been able to take place without fear of Covid disruption.