Category: Xpeng Motors

Guangzhou Xiaopeng Motors Technology Co. Ltd., is better known as Xpeng Motors.

The Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer is headquartered in Guangzhou, China, with offices in Mountain View, California.

Xpeng P7 smart electric sedan launches in China

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Xpeng Motors, a Chinese electric vehicle and technology company, today announced the launch of its Xpeng P7 super-long range, high-performance, fast-charging intelligent EV sports sedan, its second production model.

The Xpeng P7 is immediately available for order in China, in 3 versions and 8 configurations, and customer deliveries will commence end June 2020, starting at RMB 229,900 – 349,900 (US$32,462 – 49,404) post subsidies.

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Xpeng Motors’ new fully-electric P7 EV sedan, powered by Nvidia technology, to roll out April 27

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Xpeng Motors, a leading Chinese electric vehicle and technology company, announced today that its P7 smart electric sports sedan officially rolls out in China on April 27. The Xpeng P7 features the NVIDIA DRIVE™ AGX Xavier platform for its XPILOT3.0. Signaling the EV maker’s confidence in NVIDIA’s AI compute platform, Xpeng also announced it will leverage the DRIVE platform for its next production model.

The super-long range smart sedan Xpeng P7 is the company’s first intelligent EV to be powered by the NVIDIA DRIVE AGX platform, which features the high-performance, energy-efficient Xavier system-on-a-chip (SoC). It is equipped with 12 ultrasonic sensors, five high-precision millimeter-wave radars, 13 autonomous driving cameras, plus one in-car camera with HD map and high-precision positioning. The smart electric sedan will bring several autonomous driving feature-firsts to Chinese customers, including Level 3*-ready full-scenario autonomous driving functions for highways, urban roads and valet parking.

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