Xpeng Stock

xiaopeng.comTransportation / Electric VehiclesFounded: 2014Funding to Date: $3.63B

Xpeng Motors is a developer of electric vehicle technology, focused on designing and manufacturing intelligent automobiles designed to be seamlessly integrated with the Internet and utilize the latest advances in artificial intelligence.

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Team

Management Team

Xiaoguang Wu
Co-Founder
Tao He
Co-Founder & Vice President
Heng Xia
Co-Founder & President
XiaoPeng He
Co-Founder Chief Executive Officer & Chairman
Xiang Gao
Co-Founder
Junli Gu
Vice President, Automated Driving Center

Board Members

Qin Liu
XiaoPeng He

News Highlights

Breakingviews - Xpeng maps smart route through listings minefield
China’s Xpeng , one of only three domestic companies with dual primary listings in New York and Hong Kong, has been included in the Hong Kong exchange’s Stock Connect scheme, allowing Shenzhen investors to buy and sell their shares. The Shanghai bourse is expected to sign off as well.
Xpeng shares jump as much as 11% as EV maker is added to mainland China stock trading link
The move will allow mainland Chinese mainland investors easier access to the Xpeng's shares, potentially allowing the company to expand its investor base.
China EV Makers Xpeng, Nio and Li Post Higher Deliveries for Q4, 2021
China electric-car companies Xpeng, Nio and Li all report stronger deliveries for December, the fourth quarter and full year ahead of expected subsidy cuts.
Updated on: Feb 21, 2024

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