Gasgoo Daily: BAIC BJEV posts 15.85% YoY drop in Jan.-Oct. sales
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BAIC BJEV posts 15.85% YoY drop in Jan.-Oct. sales
BAIC EU5; photo credit: BAIC BJEV
BAIC BJEV, the NEV unit of China's BAIC Group, sold 2,484 vehicles in October, representing a 21.9% year-on-year growth, according to its parent company BAIC BluePark New Energy Technology Co.,Ltd. However, its year-to-date sales fell 15.85% YoY to 19,458 units.
New Geely Binyue PHEV hits market
The new Geely Binyue PHEV went on sale on Nov. 12. Coming with two trim levels, the new model is priced between 119,800 yuan ($18,770) and 135,800 yuan ($21,280).
All-new Ford Bronco four-door version to be sold in China
The all-new Ford Bronco's four-door version has arrived at the Tianjin port, according to a local media outlet. It will be sold in China as parallel-import vehicles.
Mercedes-Benz to recall 11,997 S-Class imported vehicles in China
From now on, Mercedes-Benz (China) Auto Sales Co.,Ltd., will recall a total of 11,997 S-Class imported vehicles produced between Aug. 3, 2020 and Jul. 6, 2021, the State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR).
HiPhi to adopt NVIDIA DRIVE Orin as core chip of HiPhi Pilot
HiPhi, the EV brand of China's Human Horizons, will adopt the NVIDIA DRIVE Orin as the core computing chip for its HiPhi Pilot intelligent driver assistance system, the automaker announced at the NVIDIA GTC.
On Nov. 12, XPeng posted on its WeChat account a teaser photo of an all-new model that will be unveiled at the upcoming Auto Guangzhou 2021. The startup revealed the new model will be named with a prefix “G”, which is routinely used for XPeng's SUV lineup. Silhouette of the teaser photo also shows this is a SUV.
Human Horizons, the startup owning the high-end EV brand HiPhi, announced today that it had formed a partnership with China’s Bank of Communications Shanghai branch on November 7th, to gain financial support.
As of November 11, Tesla has deployed 30,000 Superchargers around the world, over 7,600 of which are built in Chinese Mainland, according to a post on Tesla China's Twitter-like Weibo account.
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