Nio has announced that it will no longer give away free home chargers to new purchasers starting June 1. Starting June 1, 2023, first-time owners who pay a deposit for Nio ET7, ES7, EC7 and ET5 models will have to pay for the installation of the charging pile, and the number of free battery exchanges will be adjusted to 4 per month.
For those who purchase the above models by May 31, 2023 (inclusive) and the new ES8 models by July 31, 2023 (inclusive), the first owner’s rights will remain unchanged and they will receive 4 or 6 free battery exchanges per month depending on whether the free charging post is installed.
Nio Motors co-president Qin Lihong revealed that all future charging and swapping will definitely be charged, it’s just a matter of time.
Nio officials that Nio also announced that Enhanced Pilot Assist NOP + will be officially released on July 1 and open for subscription, supporting monthly subscriptions at a price of $380 per month.
First-time owners who purchase ET7, ES7, EC7, and ET5 models by May 31, 2023, or pay a deposit, and first-time owners who purchase the new ES8 model by July 31, 2023, will receive 2 years of NOP + for free.
All Nio’s second-generation technology platform models come standard with Aquila SuperSense and Adam SuperComputing Platform, and all customers can enjoy 23 safety and driving assistance features, including Lane Centering Assist (LCC), Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB), and Vehicle Proximity Summoning (NBS). Enhanced Pilot Assist NOP+ will give users a smart driving experience on highways and urban expressways. In addition, the highway navigation function, which enables intelligent navigation to the exchange station, independent completion of the exchange, and automatic exit from the service area to rejoin the highway, will also be available, and will gradually cover highway exchange stations nationwide.
Azure has previously announced that it will add 1,000 new stations and 10,000 public charging piles this year, and will build more than 2,300 stations and 24,000 public charging piles by 2023.