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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 b ...
In the opinion of William Li, founder, chairman, and CEO of NIO, the Chinese electric vehicle company is not worried about the growing competition, but more abo ...
Li said each car company has a different chip shortage, so he called for the industry to establish a chip coordination group to better balance supply and demand ...
"NIO is still a first-year student, but people are already paying us in advance of when we graduate with our PhDs. Over the next decade or so, we're going to fi ...
As of the end of April, NIO has delivered 102,803 vehicles in the past nearly three years, with an average selling price of RMB 434,700 ($68,270). ...
Li said that if the vehicle is too cheap, the company cannot afford to use a lot of new technology. "If our vehicles were priced higher, we could use some of th ...
Although it costs more money and is more difficult, the innovation ability accumulated in this way is different from that of midway entrants, NIO CEO said. ...
While the transition from fuel to electric vehicles is difficult, once consumers accept the shift, they basically won't go back to fuel cars, Li said. ...
Some older car brands will also launch competitive products in the second half of the year, but overall, they are latecomers to the smart electric vehicle space ...
NIO also expects to release new initiatives for charging station service facilities, laying the groundwork for rapid growth in its user base, he said. ...
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