The company reports it has built a charging network, including 19,019 free charging and supercharging piles in 1,140 charging stations, covering roads and highways across 164 Chinese cities.
XPeng Motors has announced the roll-out of its own-brand charging network across China has reached 1,140 stations, spanning 164 Chinese cities.
XPeng claims it is the first new electric vehicle (EV) maker in China to offer free lifetime charging services for its customers, demonstrating its commitment to popularising smart EVs by providing easy access to free charging facilities.
The company reports it has built a comprehensive charging network, now including 19,019 free charging and supercharging piles in 1,140 charging stations, covering city roads and highways across 164 Chinese cities.
These complement XPeng’s smart EV product offering and the variety of battery power and range options, offering the flexibility and convenience for different customer needs and driving scenarios.
Last week, XPeng introduced another 13 charging stations along the 2,250km Sichuan – Tibet expressway. XPeng customers now have access to its free charging facilities every 170km along this scenic route, from 500 metres to 4,100 metres above sea level.
Company plans to expand its free charging service network further during 2021 to 200 cities, covering a broader range of locations, including highways and airports
XPeng focuses on facilitating urban mobility, as well as long-distance inter-city driving convenience for customers. It is one of the few smart EV makers in China that is building out its own charging stations, as well as partnering with other established charging networks.
The company plans to expand its free charging service network further during 2021 to 200 cities, covering a broader range of locations, including highways and airports.
XPeng Incorporated is a smart electric vehicle company that designs, develops, manufactures, and markets smart EVs in China. Its mission is to drive smart EV transformation with technology and data, shaping the mobility experience of the future. To help optimise its customers’ mobility experience, XPeng develops in-house its full-stack autonomous driving technology and in-car intelligent operating system, as well as core vehicle systems including powertrain and the electrification/electronic architecture.
XPeng is headquartered in Guangzhou, China, with offices in Beijing, Shanghai, Silicon Valley, and San Diego.
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