Chinese EV maker Xpeng starts shipping its hotly anticipated Tesla Model 3 rival


Chinese EV maker Xpeng starts shipping its hotly anticipated Tesla Model 3 rival
Chinese EV maker, Xpeng, will start delivering its cheaper and rangier rival to Tesla‘s Model 3, the P7. According to a company announcement made last Sunday, Xpeng has started delivering the vehicle across China, South China Morning Post reports. If you don’t know the P7, it costs just $32,470 compared to the Model 3’s $38,350 (after subsidies), it also has 38 km more range than the Tesla. Understandably people are excited about getting a comparable vehicle for a decent discount. [Read: Don’t get your hopes up, Tesla probably isn’t working on LiDAR for Autopilot] The car received glittering praise in…

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