China EV Daily (Aug 21): Tesla’s new Model 3 in final tests, Xpeng to launch value G9, Geely talks with Kazakhstan

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[Xpeng] On August 21, Gu Jie, Senior Director of Powertrain at Xpeng Motors, posted on Weibo stating that the new Xpeng G9 will be released in the fourth quarter of this year. Gu Jie further mentioned that the new Xpeng G9 will retain its advantages (quiet, easy to drive, energy consumption, and fast charging) and will offer even better value for money. — YiChe

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[Tesla] Recently, an analyst from Tesla’s China division revealed that the all-new Model 3 Highland has finished its trial production phase and has begun capacity enhancement and stress testing. It is estimated that by early September, about 1,200 units can be produced daily. Furthermore, the new Model 3 might adopt the “Full Vision Assistive Driving” system, eliminating all radar sensors from the vehicle. — Qianzhan Network

[Geely] On August 21, according to Kazinform, representatives from Geely Automobile recently visited East Kazakhstan Region and held talks with Deputy Governor Darkhan Saparov and other related department representatives from the region, discussing prospects for bilateral cooperation. The Geely representatives spoke about the company’s plans to integrate electric vehicle production in Kazakhstan and the advantages of East Kazakhstan in implementing the project. They indicated a need for further research and analysis of this investment plan. — CNC

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[Neta] Neta Motors’ CEO Zhang Yong announced today on Weibo that to meet user demands, the Neta GT model without the “eyebrow” design will be launched in October. Existing car owners can opt for a free replacement to this “without eyebrow design” version. — IT Home

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1 COMMENT

  1. Hi, about which “eyebrows” is that Neta CEO talking about? Even thought I’m familiar with this car well, I’ve just googled pictures of this car for a double check and really – where this vehicle has eyebrows? 😀

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