NIO announced today that its 1,200th battery swap station was officially launched. NIO users have accumulated nearly 14 million battery swaps, and the layout of the battery swap stations is progressing steadily. By the end of the year, there will be a total of more than 1,300 battery swap stations.
In addition, NIO announced a pilot “cross-level battery swap” service, that is, users of standard battery packs can choose to replace them with long-life battery packs, which will be billed on a daily basis and paid after use. Users of long-life battery packs can also switch to standard battery packs, which can compensate for points on a daily basis.
On September 11 this year, the total number of NIO battery swap stations officially exceeded 1,100, and NIO users have accumulated more than 12 million battery swaps. That is to say, in less than two months, the NIO battery swap station was launched again. 100 seats.
Nio pointed out that in 2022, Nio will build a total of 1,300+ battery swap stations in the Chinese market, and in 2025, it will build a total of 4,000 battery swap stations around the world, allowing 90% of Nio users to live in “electricity area houses”.
NIO announced on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on the evening of November 1 that it delivered 10,059 vehicles in October, a year-on-year increase of 174.3%, including 5,979 high-end smart electric SUVs, 2,814 ES7s, 3,050 ET7s and 1,030 ET5s. NIO has delivered 92,493 vehicles year-to-date in 2022, up 32% year-on-year.