On the evening of September 22, Chinese new energy automobile company Li Auto announced that the new generation of its Li ONE, the Li L8, will be announced at a press conference on September 30, and will start delivery in early November.
Li Auto previously confirmed it would stop production of Li ONE as it prepares to launch an updated version named the Li L8, accompanied by a price reduction promotion. This series of moves angered many Li ONE consumers who had just bought the car at the original price.
Owners of Li Auto's Li ONE model have been registering online complaints regarding the firm's September 1 announcement that it will be upgraded and sold with a discount of $2,885, and that production of the vehicle will be stopped next month.
Chinese electric vehicle maker Li Auto announced on July 8 that it will launch a modification service for its Li ONE's electric suction door lock at 10:00 on July 13.
Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer Li Auto announced on Wednesday a price increase for its six-seat premium electric SUV, the Li ONE.
Chinese electric vehicle maker Li Auto announced on Thursday that its brand-new flagship SUV, previously codenamed X01, has officially been named "Li Auto L9," and will be released during the Beijing Auto Show.
Li Auto, a new energy vehicle maker in China, on Friday announced its unaudited financial results for the fourth quarter and full year ended December 31, 2021.
Chinese EV maker Li Auto released its unaudited third-quarter earnings on Monday. The financial report shows that its total revenues were 7.78 billion yuan ($1.21 billion) in the third quarter of 2021.
On the evening of Sept. 7, a car blogger surnamed Feng posted a video on Weibo, saying that Li Auto’s sole model Li ONE had another "broken axle" incident.
A burning Li ONE vehicle was discovered at around 4 p.m. on Aug. 6 on the Sihui and Lianzhou expressways in Zhaoqing City, Guangdong Province.
China's EV industry just keeps on growing and has now been joined by yet another newcomer, Leading Ideal. The company announced the official price and began accepting pre-orders of their newest model Leading Ideal ONE on Apr. 10.
Beijing Chehejia Technology Ltd., a Chinese electric vehicle (EV) startup, unveiled its new electric SUV LI One yesterday, making it a strong contender to Tesla’s Model X.