Xpeng, The iPhone-Alibaba Collaboration Electric Car is Ready to Face Tesla

By : Ahmad Fadli And Aldi Firhand. A | Thursday, February 15 2018 - 22:28 IWST

Xpeng, electric car result of collaboration iPhone and Alibaba brags ready to fight every product of electric car output Tesla
Xpeng, electric car result of collaboration iPhone and Alibaba brags ready to fight every product of electric car output Tesla

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - Chinese electric car company, Xpeng brags ready to fight every product of electric car output Tesla. Inc. from the United States. No kidding even Xpeng claims to get support from leading technology companies.

As reported by Carscops, Xpeng announced last week that it has received a new investment of USD 350 million (Rp4, 7 trillion), Including investors from Foxconn iPhone producer and giant e-commerce Alibaba. Xpeng has received approximately USD 800 million (Rp10.9 trillion).

Xpeng itself has just brought the G3 SUV to the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The presence of this car lined G3 SUV with Tesla X. Xpeng G3 has an interesting design

Many of the specifics about the G3 remain unconfirmed in detail. But certainly the G3 electric power will produce about 190 hp and offer a range of about 186 miles (300 km).

G3 has been tested the way, production will be handed over to the Chinese carmaker Haima. Meanwhile, Tesla Priced USD35.000 USD or about Rp470 million. This price is cheap for an electric car.

Musk also added, in addition to launching Model 3, Tesla manufacturer also focuses on working on Gigafactory, in cooperation with Panasonic. Setting up targets will open 80 retail stores and service stations, and build 300 refueling stations for Tesla cars.

Unlike the Model S, for Model 3 it is said to have a lower endurance in terms of battery life. Estimated for once charging the battery, the Model 3 is capable of traveling approximately 320 kilometers

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