XPeng delivers 15,295 vehicles in June, up 51% from May
XPeng delivered 34,422 units in the second quarter, above its previous guidance range of 31,000 to 34,000 units.
XPeng G9 to open for pre-order in August and officially launch in September, CEO says
XPeng G9 will be the best SUV within RMB 500,000 ($74,550), said the company's chairman and CEO, He Xiaopeng.
CICC raises price target on XPeng, says EV maker undervalued in four fronts
CICC raised its price target on XPeng to $45, saying the pace of the City NGP launch is expected to be a core catalyst for its share price rise.
XPeng halts P5 reservations in Europe, citing export timeline issues
The setback regarding the P5 does not affect XPeng's long-term strategy in Europe, where it is moving to encourage local consumers to pre-order the P7 sedan.
XPeng reaches 200,000 units cumulative delivery milestone
XPeng's cumulative deliveries surpassed 200,000 units this week, joining NIO as the next Chinese carmaker to reach the milestone.
XPeng CEO expects EV experience to see disruptive changes in near future due to super-fast charging
XPeng will begin putting a new generation of superchargers into service in the second half of the year, allowing vehicles to charge from 10 percent to 80 percent in as little as 12 minutes.
XPeng to use Guangdong Hongtu's integrated die-casting technology in one of its future models
The model using the technology will likely be unveiled as early as next year, instead of the G9, which will begin deliveries this year.
NIO ET5, XPeng G9 enter draft regulatory catalog for public comment
NIO will offer a retractable electric tow hook option for the ET5, according to the latest regulatory filing.
XPeng CEO hints Apple CarPlay good solution for traditional cars, not for smart cars
For car companies, next-generation smart car solutions require more full-stack in-house research and eco-building, according to XPeng CEO.
XPeng making bold strategic pivots that should bear fruit longer term, says Deutsche Bank
XPeng's management is repositioning its vehicle lineup to surgically go after the premium market, according to Edison Yu's team.