William Li

NIO's William Li exits from exec team of affiliated firm of ride-hailing platform Dida
Dida filed to list in Hong Kong back in October 2020, but has so far been unsuccessful in doing so.
NIO saw parts supply disruptions in mid-March and inventory kept production going until last week
William Li is currently in Shanghai and like many others is facing a tight supply of necessities, allegedly trading green onions for salt with someone in a WeChat group.
NIO's William Li responds to phone-making rumors, says project in research phase
NIO's customers want to see a phone that connects better with cars, which has prompted the company to study the industry, Li said.
NIO ET5 to arrive in several markets, including Norway, in spring 2023, CEO says
NIO will start delivering the ET5 in China in September 2022.
NIO's William Li says more concerned with business progress than short-term stock price adjustments
William Li said he believes the economy as a whole is rational and that ultimately people look at the nature of business, and he doesn't particularly care about short-term stock price adjustments.
NIO's William Li's remarks on fuel cars stoke controversy, but get backing from state media
People should not dwell on Li's slightly exaggerated comments, but rather change their mindset and support NEVs in China, the official Economic Daily says.
NIO's William Li expects China's NEV penetration rate to reach 20% next year
According to China's New Energy Vehicle Industry Development Plan (2021-2035) released last year, the country aims to achieve a 20 percent penetration rate of NEVs by 2025.
NIO's William Li says automakers should play bigger role in carbon neutrality
He said NIO is involved in building a world-class smart electric vehicle industry cluster in Hefei, with the main purpose of achieving low-carbon and sustainable development.
NIO's William Li visited SAIC-GM-Wuling, maker of Mini EV
William Li, the founder, chairman, and CEO of NIO, recently visited SAIC-GM-Wuling, the maker of China's best-selling electric vehicle, the Mini EV.
NIO's William Li expects China's smart EV penetration rate to exceed 90% by 2030
In the opinion of William Li, China's electric vehicle market is expected to spread rapidly over the next 10 years as demand from the general public begins to be activated.