The Chinese EV startup Nio is not only making strong headway back in their local market, but has now dared to throw a wink at Tesla drivers. Their new mobile charging solution, which is integrated into a van, not only charges their own vehicles, but is also capable of rescuing Tesla drivers should they run out of power on the road.
While the charging solution is accompanying the release of Nio’s new affordable e-SUV, the ES8, it seems that the Chinese startup is playing to both ends of the market by integrating a more flexible charging solution.
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