The most important news for XPeng in June was that it has finally applied for listing in Hong Kong and is expected to start formal trading on July 7.

It is worth noting that XPeng’s listing in Hong Kong is a so-called “dual primary listing”, unlike the “secondary listings” of companies such as Baidu and Alibaba.

By listing in this way, XPeng is eligible to be included in the Hong Kong-Mainland Stock Connect, thus receiving capital inflows from the Chinese mainland, which is expected to make trading more active.