Electric vehicles of the Chinese company Xpeng went on sale in Europe


Last updated on December 8th, 2022 at 02:42 pm

Electric vehicles of the Chinese company Xpeng went on sale in Europe

After the first “Teslas” of the Chinese assembly, purebred Chinese electric vehicles entered the European market. So far, the volumes of supplies are scanty, but the Chinese have grandiose plans to expand their presence in Europe. This chapter was opened by Xpeng.

Xpeng G3
Xpeng G3

The first 100 Xpeng G3 electric vehicles are reported to have been delivered to Norway, 28 of which have already been sold. The Xpeng G3 crossover is presented as a cheaper alternative to Tesla’s Model 3 electric vehicles. So, if the Model 3 in the basic configuration in Norway costs a little more than $ 46 thousand, then the Xpeng G3 in a more complete configuration will cost the Norwegian motorist $ 41 thousand.

Another Xpeng electric vehicle for the European market will be the P7 sports sedan, which will begin shipping over the next 12 months.

Returning to the Xpeng G3 SUV, we add that on the base battery the car can travel up to 401 km according to NEDC standards (up to 300 km in real operating conditions). The Xpeng G3 model with a battery capacity increased to 66.5 kWh according to NEDC standards is capable of travelling up to 520 km. The acceleration time of the Xpeng G3 from 0 to 100 km / h is 8.6 seconds, which cannot be considered an outstanding result.


Semi-autonomous driving modes are divided into “Smart” and “Premium” configurations, but they do not replace the driver, but only help him to better orientate himself in the road situation.

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Thus, the Chinese expansion into the electric vehicle market in Europe formally began. At the very least, this will make the European and American automakers tense, which is good in itself. In addition to Xpeng, another Chinese company, NIO, will appear on the electric vehicle market in Europe in the new year, which expects to sell at least 7,000 of its electric cars in 2021.

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