He Xiaopeng

Xpeng expects to bring its EVs to dozens of countries next year, CEO says

"I don't want to build a China-only company, I want to build a global company," Xpeng CEO said. ...

Xpeng CEO, Volkswagen China chief explain what's behind their landmark deal

Xpeng CEO said he looks forward to working with Volkswagen to bring the best technology and products to the world. Volkswagen China CEO said the two share a common vision for the f ...

Nio, Xpeng, Li Auto CEOs pose for rare photo amid intensifying competition among China's EV trio

They were last pictured together on June 6, 2020, when Nio, Xpeng, and Li Auto were all struggling to boost sales. ...

Xpeng CEO sees China EV landscape far from set

Xpeng will enter an accelerating positive feedback loop starting in the third quarter of this year and will see faster growth from the third quarter of next year to the end of 2025 ...

Xpeng aims to see operating profit turn positive by 2025

Xpeng aims to see sales of 1.2 million by 2027 and reach about 30 percent share of the fully autonomous vehicle market. ...

Xpeng and Li Auto CEOs both test positive for Covid

While contracting Covid is not something to brag about, the CEOs of Xpeng and Li Auto are clearly more excited to see no more Covid disruptions after a short period of suffering. ...

Xpeng CEO no longer chairman of EV maker's flying car division

Xpeng Aeroht, a technology division mostly owned by He Xiaopeng, aims to have its sixth-generation flying car concept in mass production by 2024. ...

Xpeng gains over 8% in Hong Kong after CEO adds 2.2 million ADSs

Xpeng chairman and CEO He Xiaopeng spent about $30 million to buy additional ADSs of the EV maker. ...

Xpeng CEO boosts stake in EV maker after shares fall over 70% this year

He Xiaopeng purchased 2,200,000 ADSs of Xpeng on the open market on September 23 at an average price of $13.58 per ADS. ...

Fly at will: Xpeng CEO shares latest video of HT Aero's flying vehicle test

The X2's controls feel right at the fingertips, and it will go wherever the driver wants it to go, according to Xpeng CEO He Xiaopeng. ...