Zeekr reports big reduction in net loss in 1st earnings report after US IPO

Zeekr posted a narrower first-quarter loss in its first earnings report since its IPO in the US, driving shares up in pre-market trading.

Nio Q1 2024 earnings: Deutsche Bank's 1st look

Nio reports generally solid first-quarter result and provided a better-than-expected second-quarter volume outlook, said Deutsche Bank.

Nio Q1 2024 earnings call live updates: Firefly's 1st model to start deliveries in H1 2025

Deliveries of the first model of Nio's third brand, codenamed Firefly, will begin in the first half of 2025, Nio management said.

Nio's revenue slips in Q1 as deliveries decline

Nio guided for second-quarter deliveries of between 54,000 and 56,000 units, meaning June deliveries are expected to be between 17,836 and 19,836 units.

Nio to report Q1 2024 earnings on Jun 6

Nio delivered 30,053 vehicles in the first quarter, hitting its lowered guidance of about 30,000.

Xpeng Q1 2024 earnings: Deutsche Bank's 1st look

"XPeng delivered 1Q24 earnings upside driven by earlier-than-expected recognition of high-margin VW tech and service revenue; 2Q24 volume outlook also came in better than feared," Deutsche Bank said.

Xpeng Q1 2024 earnings call: Live updates

The first model from Xpeng's Mona sub-brand will be unveiled in June and will go on sale and start deliveries in the third quarter.

Xpeng Q1 earnings beat estimates, gross margin bounces back to over 1-year high

Xpeng's first-quarter revenue beat Wall Street estimates, gross margin rebounded further to a new high since the third-quarter of 2022, despite conservative guidance for second-quarter deliveries.

Li Auto shares plunge in HK on disappointing earnings, delay of more BEV launches

Li Auto's BEV endeavors appear to be facing structural challenges as transferring its EREV success to BEV is not so straightforward, Deutsche Bank said.

Li Auto Q1 2024 earnings: Deutsche Bank's 1st look

"Li Auto delivered mostly in-line 1Q24 earnings results and 2Q24's volume outlook bracketed our forecast but pricing pressure appears much worse than anticipated," said Deutsche Bank.
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