Today, someone in the Garage WeChat group leaked that the lithium iron phosphate version of XPeng P7 will be released on March 3, with a range of 480 km.
Currently, there are 2 battery versions of XPeng P7, priced at RMB 229,900-409,900.
The small battery version uses a CATL battery with a capacity of 70.8 kWh, an energy density of 161 Wh/kg, and an NEDC range of 586 km;
The large battery version uses a CATL battery with a capacity of 80.9 kWh, an energy density of 170 Wh/kg, and an NEDC range of 670 km.
G3 also has 2 battery versions, priced at RMB 146,800-199,800.
The small battery version has a battery capacity of 57.5 kWh and an NEDC range of 460 km;
The large battery version has a battery capacity of 66.7 kWh and an NEDC range of 520 km.
The XPeng P7 with lithium iron phosphate battery has already been listed in the product announcement of the MIIT in early February, and it was explicitly stated that the model will use lithium iron phosphate batteries provided by CATL. From the declared pictures, it seems that the lithium iron phosphate version also supports optional XPILOT 3.0 automatic driving assistance.
So the questions are:
Will the entry-level XPeng P7 be priced below RMB 200,000?
After the launch of the lithium iron phosphate battery version, will the long range version be discontinued, or will all 3 battery versions be sold together?
Would you choose the XPeng P7 with the lithium iron phosphate battery version?
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