Li Auto releases pictures of L9
Today, Chinese electric vehicle startup Li Auto released some pictures of its new model, the L9, today. The new model will make debut in April.
Photo credit: Li Auto
Haima's Zhengzhou subsidiary records hike in registered capital
Zhengzhou Haima New Energy Technology Co., Ltd., (“Zhengzhou Haima”), a subsidiary indirectly wholly owned by Chinese automaker Haima Automobile Co., Ltd. (“Haima”), recently saw its registered capital rocket 9,183.3% to 557 million yuan ($87.59 million), according to the corporate database Qichacha.
Hunan set to expand intelligent vehicle market
The Industry and Information Technology Department of Hunan Province recently issued a plan on local intelligent connected automobile industry development during the 14th five-year plan (2021-2025).
Honda licenses IAT to use its technologies
China’s automobile design enterprise, IAT Automobile Technology Co., Ltd. (IAT), inked a contract with Japanese automaker, Honda Motor, licensed to use the latter's technology in relating vehicle model development, IAT announced on March 15th.
Faurecia, BYD’s joint venture builds new subsidiary in Xi’an
Shenzhen Faurecia Auto Parts Co., Ltd., (“Shenzhen Faurecia”), a joint venture between Chinese automaker BYD and the global auto parts supplier Faurecia, recently set up a new subsidiary in Xi'an, the capital of Shaanxi province.
HT Aero to soon debut Voyager X2 ‘flying car’ in Europe
HT Aero, an UAM (urban air mobility) company affiliated to XPeng Inc., made its fifth-generation “flying car”, the Voyager X2, arrive in the Netherlands a few days ago, indicating that the model will soon make its debut in Europe.
BYD Auto lifts prices of some NEV models
BYD Auto announced on Tuesday it would bump up prices by 3,000 yuan ($470) to 6,000 yuan ($940) for several new energy vehicle (NEV) models of the Dynasty and Ocean lineups due to the continuous hike in raw materials prices.