The NIO ES8 will begin its reign in China in 2018 to take on Tesla in the luxury electric self-driving SUV market. Plans for the U.S. begin around 2020.
Chinese electric vehicle specialist NextEV will target the U.S as the first foreign market for its SUV rival to the Tesla Model X.
The NextEV's NIO EP9 all-electric supercar, which was unveiled recently in November, is the currently Nürburgring Nordschliefe EV lap record holder - with a...
NextEV Launches NIO Brand and World’s Fastest EV, 0-124 mph in 7.1 Seconds, 194 mph Top Speed – videos
NextEV's NIO EP9 plug-in supercar: 0-124 mph in 7.1 seconds, 1.4 mile in 10.1s @ 154.7 mph, sets new EV record at Nürburgring while its at it
NextEV's electric hypercar was recently spotted on the Nurbugring being filmed by a "chase" car.
NextEV has been issued an Autonomous Vehicle Testing Permit by the California DMV.
NextEV is one of many emerging China-based automotive startups that are taking up shop in Silicon Valley. William Li founded the company two years back, due to...
It's a bit of a stretch to think that a start-up automaker can beat Tesla right away, but that seems to be the thinking from Padmasree Wwarrior, CEO of...
NextEV, backed by Chinese Internet giant Tencent, apparently intends to introduce at first electric supercar.
Chinese electric car start-up, NextEV, has publicized plans to unveil its first vehicle prior to the end of 2016. The company, led by Martin Leach, former Ford...
Chinese company NextEV appreciates Tesla's "brilliant job", but doesn't aim to be next Tesla Motors. Their ambition goes further...why not?
NextEV announced a strategic partnership agreement with the Nanjing Municipal Government to build a 3 billion RMB (more than $460 million) plant facility.