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China EV Daily (Sep 6): BYD unveils Seal DM-i, XPeng teases 2024 G9, Neta debuts X concept, Xiaomi car in trial production

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[BYD] On September 6th, BYD’s all-new mid-size sedan, the Seal DM-i, was officially launched. The new vehicle comes in six different models, with prices ranging from 166,800 yuan to 236,800 yuan (22,800 – 32,400 USD). Built on the new DM-i super hybrid platform, the car offers two pure electric driving range options: 121km and 200km. — CNC

[XPeng] On September 6th, XPeng Motors officially released the official images of the 2024 XPeng G9 model. As a yearly updated model, the overall design of the new car hasn’t changed, with adjustments mainly made to the configuration. The new vehicle is expected to officially go on sale in the fourth quarter. — IT Home

[Neta] On September 6th, Neta Automobile released a conceptual exterior design of its all-new SUV and officially announced its name: Neta X. The design concept continues the “Self-Belief-Existence” design philosophy, showcasing a sharp and aggressive look. The concept also suggests that a high-tech feel will be the primary theme for Neta X. — IT Home

[Xiaomi] On September 6th, a source close to Xiaomi’s car project revealed that Xiaomi’s automobile is currently in a trial production phase, which has been ongoing for less than a month. Currently, Xiaomi produces about 50 prototype cars per week, with few workers operating during the night. The informant stated, “Xiaomi received approval from the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology in the past two months, and at the latest, it can be approved by the end of the year. Once the approval is obtained, full-scale production of Xiaomi cars can immediately be ramped up.” — Cai Lian Society

[Polestar] On September 6th, the CEO of the Swedish electric car brand Polestar, Thomas Ingenlath, stated that the company plans to launch a smartphone bearing the brand’s name in December. He also mentioned that Polestar intends to start producing the Polestar 4 electric car for the Chinese market this year, with deliveries expected by the end of the year. — IT Home

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