Today we bring you the first chapter of our new series, Automaker Profile. Every Sunday, we will bring you in-depth insight into the history of one Chinese automaker together with its full profile. I can already reveal you can look forward to stories of how giants as JAC, BYD, Dongfeng, or newcomers as Xpeng, Wuling were born. Today it will be about one of the JAC’s customers – a fresh star EV startup, Nio.
NIO was planning a surprise for the upcoming NIO day, scheduled for July 23. But a set of leaked patent images has spoiled the party. The surprise is a roadster version of NIO’s aging EP9 electric hypercar. NIO may also unveil the new EF9 electric MPV on NIO Day, but that is yet unconfirmed.
This is the first real-world photo of the upcoming NIO ET7 electric sedan, seen in pre-production form on the premises of a NIO factory. We have seen the ET7 before, but only under perfect lighting on auto shows or media events. The appearance is a sure sign development of the ET7 is now relatively close to completion. The NIO ET7 is expected to hit the Chinese car market in Q1 2022.
Sum up of Nio Norway Conference: Sales of ES8 will start will June, first deliveries to customers in September. Four battery swap stations by September in Oslo, 20 thousand charging points operated by existing partners. Flagship sedan ET7 deliveries in 2022. Norway team has now 15 employees, which will raise to 50 by the end of the year. Some journalists wonder why Nio chose ES8 for their European launch.
When I was exiting my favorite Burger King hamburger shed in Beijing I saw a NIO charging van on the back of a stinkin’ diesel powered Foton flatbed. I ran across a boulder and a parking lot and got there just in time.
This is the first photo of the NIO ES6, a five seat electric SUV that will be positioned below the NIO ES8. It will hit the Chinese car market in Q4, with price starting around 200.000 yuan or $30.300.
And here it is from all sides: the new NIOES8 electric SUV for China, looking ultra clean in light blue. The ES8 was scheduled to hit the market yesterday December 12, but the launch has been delayed. NIO however has announced a price range: 448.000 to 548.000 yuan($71.090 – 86.960).
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