NIO's New ET Preview Makes Debut
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ET of NIO. PHOTO: Credit to NIO

The preview version of NIO's latest model ET has been officially unveiled during the 2019 Automobile Shanghai. The new model shows the design concept of NIO in the field of the sedan, and the overall design of the new model is very slim and long.

In terms of electric motor, ECU and power battery technology, NIO combines high-energy density NCM811 nickel-cobalt-manganese battery pack technology with permanent magnet motors in the front and induction motors in the rear, to achieve an NEDC cruising range of up to 510 km.

The company also showcased the high-performance electric flagship ES8 SUV; the high-performance long-range, intelligent electric ES6 SUV; the EP9; the NIO EVE Vision car and NIO Formula E Team car, the NIO 004 by creating “NIO House | Auto Shanghai”.

NIO offered the first glimpse of its all-new Sedan product line with the ET Preview, and exhibited its entire NIO Power service solution, along with its 220 kW permanent magnet synchronous motor electric drivetrain. It also announced the extension of the “One Click for Power” service to other EV brand users.

Also debuting at the auto show was NIO’s fast charging pile, NIO Power Charger, which is the “last piece of the NIO Power service system jigsaw”. Additionally, NIO’s battery swapping station won the "product design award" of red dot award in 2019 (see more in this article). Through intelligent integration with home charging piles, power stations, and mobile charging vehicles it provides users charging services.

According to NIO, Its “One Click for Power” has currently been used over 93,000 times. During the auto show, the company officially extended “One Click for Power” to the public. Users of other electric car brands will be able to use the “One Click for Power” charging service through the “NIO Charging” mini APP in WeChat at CNY 280 per service.

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