The Leapmotor C01 hits the market on September 28

The new full-size all-electric Leapmotor C01 sedan officially hit the market on September 28. It comes with five trim levels and has a price range of 193,800 to 286,800 yuan ($210,260 to $311,160).

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Haval H6 PHEV enters the market

The Haval H6 PHEV went on sale on September 28 in three variants priced from 159,800 yuan to 173,800 yuan ($22,120-$24,060) after subsidies.

Haima Automobile begins sales of the 7X-E BEV

The Chinese automaker Haima Automobile launched the 7X-E all-electric model on September 28. The seven-seater MPV, which is offered in three trim levels, is priced between 219,800 and 259,800 yuan ($30,430-35,960).

Tsintel technology to deliver Sinotruck autonomous driving products and solutions

Chinese ADAS-enabled CV developer Tsintel Technology announced today via its WeChat account that it has been nominated as a qualified supplier for the Sinotruck high-end autonomous logistics vehicle project. It will supply Sinotruck with its high-level autonomous driving domain controller, Fusion sensing system, and other products and solutions.

BYD announces pre-sale prices for three NEV models for European markets

On September 28, BYD held an online ceremony to announce that it will introduce three new electric passenger vehicle (NEPV) models to European markets, with their pre-sale prices revealed at the same time.

CATL will invest 14 billion yuan in a new energy battery production base in Laian

Chinese battery giant CATL announced on September 28 a decision to build a new energy battery production base in Liang City, Henan Province, with an investment of no more than 14 billion yuan ($1.94 billion).

HOZON Auto NETA enters the Israeli market through cooperation with Blilious Group

NETA, the Chinese electric vehicle brand owned by HOZON Auto, announced on September 28th its recent collaboration with leading Israeli car dealer Bliliious Group, marking NETA’s entry into the Israeli market.

Leapmotor shares will begin trading on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on September 29

Chinese electric car startup Leapmotor will be officially listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on September 29 with an initial offering price of HK$48 per share.

SAIC Motor’s Rising Auto sees the launch of the R7 flagship SUV

Rising Auto, SAIC Motor’s premium electric vehicle (EV) brand, has officially launched its first flagship model, the R7. Delivery of the new model is expected this year.

Dongfeng Nissan ARIYA enters the market at a price starting at 272,800 yuan

On September 27, Dongfeng Nissan officially launched the first NISSAN NEXT electric model with the global ARIYA battery strategy on the Chinese market.

Baidu Apollo begins fully autonomous trials in Shanghai’s unmanned demo area

On September 27, an unmanned test of the Baidu Apollo Go autonomous mobile platform started in the unmanned demonstration area of ​​Shanghai.

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