XPeng's City NGP to be launched this year will outperform Tesla FSD, CEO says
XPeng P5 test cars equipped with the City NGP did not need to be taken over at all, or only once, during multiple tests, he said.
'Not a flying machine', this is the future of flying vehicles according to XPeng CEO
"What we see as a flying car is not a flying machine, it should be a smart electric car in the city and a low-altitude flying vehicle in the suburbs."
XPeng CEO says less than 10 carmakers will be major players in global NEV market in the future
Each is expected to generate more than $300 billion in annual revenue and be able to impact the lives of many more people, he said.
XPeng CEO makes latest Forbes list of 100 richest people in Chinese mainland
William Li, founder, chairman and CEO of NIO, and Li Auto, founder, chairman and CEO of Li Auto, did not make the list.
XPeng CEO expects China's NEV penetration to reach 30% by 2025
China's NEV penetration could reach 30 percent by 2025, and even 60 percent in first-tier cities where there are restrictions on car purchases, he said.
XPeng CEO says more players joining EV bandwagon could accelerate paradigm shift in auto industry
"Because the entry of these companies will accelerate the pie getting bigger, accelerate the smart experience getting stronger, and ultimately can accelerate the change or even disrupt the original model and system of the automotive industry," he wrote.
XPeng's average sales price exceeds $39,000, CEO says
He said that three of China's top 10 electric vehicle brands currently sell for more than 250,000 yuan, including Tesla and XPeng.
Xiaomi's Lei Jun, NIO's William Li, XPeng's He Xiaopeng show up at rare gathering
Given that Xiaomi just announced its entry into the car-making industry three days ago, this gathering of the leaders of China's most prominent new energy vehicle companies has quickly generated widespread interest among Chinese Internet users.
XPeng CEO welcomes Xiaomi as a peer
XPeng Motors CEO He Xiaopeng took to Weibo on March 31 to welcome Xiaomi as a peer, after the smartphone giant officially announced its entry into China's increasingly crowded car-making industry.
XPeng CEO says he spent his early days as an entrepreneur borrowing money every week
He also said that the most impressive thing at that time was the RMB 100,000 SME Technology Support Fund from the Tianhe District Government of Guangzhou.