Chinese manufacturer of electric vehicles with offices in Shanghai and California.
Electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft are one of those things that often get announced, but rarely get past the conceptual stage. According to a new report, though, the X2 eVTOL should make its first public flight later this month.
XPeng affiliate HT Aero has unveiled an outrageous flying car design that it claims is "planned for roll-out in 2024." It looks like an electric Bugatti hypercar with a pair of huge, auto-folding props in the style of the Bell-Boeing V-22 Osprey.
China's closest Tesla Model 3 competitor, the XPeng P7, launched in April last year, loaded with enough self-driving sensors and computers to achieve autonomy once the software is ready. Today, an OTA update gives the P7 more than 40 new capabilities.
Chinese EV manufacturer Xpeng has fired shots across the Pacific, releasing a high-performance sporty electric sedan that undercuts Tesla's Model 3 on price and beats it on maximum range, going up to 439 miles on the NEDC test cycle.