According to blogger @dehalogen love driving news, NIO’s first battery swap station in the Netherlands has been completed and will be officially put into operation on December 1. So far, the swap stations in five European countries have landed.
In early October, NIO held the NIO Berlin 2022 event in Berlin. After entering Norway, it began to provide services in the markets of Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, and Sweden. NIO’s three new models, ET7, EL7 and ET5, have successively entered the markets of the above-mentioned four countries, and the delivery of ET7 has started. In 2025, NIO will provide services to users in more than 25 countries and regions.
Currently, NIO has established a network of authorized service centers in major cities in five European countries: Norway, Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark and Sweden. Next, NIO will also build a complete power-on system in Europe. At present, the company has access to 380,000 charging piles, which can be directly accessed using NIO NFC cards, and the European version of the charging map has also been put into use. By the end of 2022, NIO plans to build 20 battery swap stations in Europe; by the end of 2023, this number is expected to reach 120.