Nio, Xpeng respond to EU tariffs on EV imports from mainland China

Policy & Regulation

Xpeng is currently evaluating the feasibility of establishing local manufacturing capabilities in Europe and is open to taking appropriate steps to meet market demand

Electric-vehicle makers from mainland China – Xpeng and Nio – have shared their official comments for the first time after the European Union announced the implementation of additional tariffs on made-in-China EVs imported into the EU last month. These additional tariffs are imposed from July 5.

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