Further Reading

Further Reading: A rare peek into Huawei's smart car business base
Huawei has always stressed that it will not be directly involved in building cars, so what exactly is its smart car business base engaged in?
Further Reading: Will German luxury car brands face same fate as Nokia in smartphone era?
It's not the first time in history that traditional brands have been hit by innovators.
Further Reading: NIO's anchoring effect and infinite game
The era of Chinese new car makers building anchor points is over, and the next competition is for comprehensive strength.
Further Reading: The Avatr confusion
Avatr brought a lot of empty and confusing statements to the launch of its first model, revealing its essential lack of confidence.
Further Reading: NIO, XPeng, Li Auto build their moats through external investments
NIO has invested in about 40 companies in 5 years, and XPeng and Li Auto have also made outbound investments to build deeper moats.
Further Reading: Why some Chinese consumers are canceling orders for Ford Mustang Mach-E
This reflects the dilemma facing traditional car companies transitioning to electric vehicles.
Further Reading: Auto blogger explains why he is highly anticipating NIO ET5
Why the NIO ET5 may change the perception of NIO in terms of energy consumption as well as autonomous driving, the blogger explains.
Further Reading: A 26-year-old talks about what it's like to be a worker at XPeng's factory
This article from Jiemian.com tells what it's like for a young 26-year-old worker to work at the XPeng Motor factory.
Further Reading: BYD, one to rule them all?
BYD sold more units in October than all 10 of China's leading new carmakers combined, but its profit performance was less than stellar.