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BEIJING, China, Jan. 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Li Auto Inc. (“Li Auto” or the “Company”) (Nasdaq: LI), an innovator in China’s new energy vehicle market, today announced the safety evaluation results for Li ONE published by the China Insurance Automotive Safety Index (“C-IASI” or “中国保险汽车安全指数”) Management Center based on crash tests. Li ONE achieved the G rating, the highest safety rating, in three out of four evaluation categories – occupant safety, pedestrian safety, and assistance safety. In the category of crashworthiness and repair economy, Li ONE received an M rating, one of the top results received by large premium SUVs. Li ONE’s strong C-IASI performance reflects the Company’s high commitment to vehicle safety. The Company will continue to invest more resources and channel mor...
Electric cars are growing in popularity, a trend fueled by social acceptance, the green mentality, and a recognition that the internal combustion engine does have its flaws. Some of those flaws are addressed by electric vehicles (EVs). They bring lower emissions, less pollution from the car, and the promise of high performance off the mark. For the present, the main drawbacks are the high cost and relatively short range of current battery technology. Even so, many consumers have decided that the benefits outweigh the costs, and EV sales are increasing.
China’s electric vehicle startups have become investor darlings in the last year, with Nio, Xpeng and Li Auto all raising billions of dollars from the sale of their American depositary shares (ADSs) to expand their business and accelerate technological developments. Guangzhou-based Xpeng, which differentiates itself by running a wholly owned factory in the southern Chinese city of Zhaoqing, got a […] The post Tesla Rival Xpeng Motors Into New Year Fueled By New Credit Line appeared first on South Africa Today .
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Li Auto (LI) stock is on the rise Tuesday following news of new coverage from Jefferies analyst Alexious Lee with a rating and price target.
Tesla began delivering its made-in-China Model Y SUVs, while Volkswagen is set to start taking preorders for its electric crossover ID.4.
(Bloomberg) -- China’s big technology companies, facing a crackdown at home over their dominance in online commerce and push into finance, are finding success in underwriting initial public offerings abroad.Online brokerages backed by Xiaomi Corp. and Tencent Holdings Ltd. have been hired to help arrange almost every blockbuster overseas share sale by China’s new economy firms over the past year such as XPeng Inc. and Li Auto Inc.Their success makes them a threat to China’s small and mid-sized brokers in an already crowded field. Xiaomi-backed Up Fintech Holding Ltd. -- known as Tiger Brokers -- and Tencent’s Futu Holdings Ltd. are capitalizing on their close affinity with China’s startup scene and a swelling number of clients among the Chinese diaspora.“The rise of China’s new economy ...