Xpeng deliveries up 326% year-on-year to 5,700 units in December, a new all-time high

Chinese electric car company Xpeng Motors (NYSE: XPEV) saw its December deliveries reached a record high of 5,700 units, up 326 percent year-on-year, the company said Monday.

Xpeng CEO hints confident to deal with Tesla's price cut

"We are quite confident to respond to this price cut by our competitor on New Year's Day, without even having an internal conference call."

How will Xpeng respond to potential shorting? CEO responds

Short sellers are active in the US stock market, for example, Tesla has been plagued by short sellers for a long time and Nio has been shorted as well. How should Xpeng respond if it also encounters this situation?

Xpeng will launch flying car at end of 2021 and open for test drive

Probably in the next four years, "you'll see a few new gadgets coming out of Xpeng that are beyond everyone's imagination," said Xpeng Chairman and CEO He Xiaopeng.

Xpeng announces its LiDAR supplier as Livox, a company incubated by drone maker DJI

Xpeng will release the world's first production vehicle with LiDAR in 2021.

Xpeng increases the number of cities offering free lifetime charging for car owners to 100

Xpeng began offering the free service on September 26, 2020, when Beijing became the first city to offer free lifetime charging to Xpeng owners.

Xpeng files patents related to autonomous driving

One of the patents relates to an automatic lane change method for vehicles, and the abstract shows that it will be able to predict the movement of a vehicle at the end of a lane change.

Xpeng CEO cites intelligence, high gross profit as reasons for surge in electric car stocks

Xpeng is up over 80% since its IPO in late August, Nio is up 1,130% this year, and Li Auto is up 78% since its IPO in late July.

Xpeng completes delivery of first 100 Xpeng G3s in Norway

Xpeng Motors has completed the delivery of the first 100 Xpeng G3 vehicles to Norwegian owners, becoming the first Chinese smart car brand to actually deliver vehicles directly to European customers.

Xpeng CEO hints Toyota will become the 'Nokia' of the electric car era

When Nokia CEO Jorma Ollila announced his agreement to the Microsoft acquisition at a press conference, he said, "We didn’t do anything wrong, but somehow, we lost."
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