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NIO's tech vendor reaffirms co-op on battery swap station
Chinese technology company CSG Smart Science said today in response to a question from investors that it has a partial contract with NIO for the battery swap station project that is currently underway.
Can NIO surprise the market with record quarterly sales?
NIO will report its second-quarter 2020 results on August 11, before US stock markets open.
NIO enters into strategic partnership with Chinese retail giant Suning
NIO today signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Chinese retail giant Suning to collaborate in the areas of channel expansion, product sales, consumer services, branding, technology products and development.
Chinese investment bank CICC raises NIO price target to $15
Chinese investment bank CICC raised its price target on NIO as the Chinese EV maker added a record number of new orders in July.
Is NIO's Battery as a Service model a good business?
At the 2020 Chengdu Auto Show on July 24, NIO founder Li Bin described his vision for BaaS (Battery as a Service).
NIO delivers 3,533 cars in July, up by 322.1% year on year
Chinese electric vehicle (EV) maker NIO delivered 3,533 cars in July, up by 322.1% year-over-year.
What is the difference between Li Auto and NIO?
Chinese electric vehicle (EV) maker Li Auto closed at $16.46 on its first day of trading on Thursday in the U.S., up 43 percent. Li Auto's market capitalization reached $13.9 billion, trailing its local rival NIO's $14.4 billion.
NIO's founder addresses misconceptions
NIO has recently released its third model, the NIO ES6, which was followed by a number of interviews with NIO founder Li Bin.
Here is what you need to know about NIO's battery swap business model
At the 2020 Chengdu Auto Show on July 24, NIO Founder, Chairman, and CEO Li Bin announced the price of NIO's third model, EC6. He also said that deliveries of the car will begin in late September.
NIO is planning to enter global markets including US
Chinese electric vehicle (EV) maker NIO is actively preparing to enter the U.S. and global markets, its Chairman and CEO Li Bin said in an interview published Sunday on Yicai.com.