SAIC-GM & Nio announce charging partnership in China

In China, SAIC-GM and Nio have entered into a charging partnership that will see more than 10,000 Nio charging terminals join SAIC-GM's Ultium charging network.

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Under the new charging partnership, owners of SAIC-GM’s Cadillac and Buick brands of electric vehicles will be able to use Nio’s charging stations via their mobile apps. The app also allows users to view the location, as well as the price of Nio’s charging piles in real time on its charging maps.

Currently, Nio has a total of 2,204 charging stations across China, including a total of 10,056 charging piles, according to CnEVPost. Of these stations, 364 are located in highway service areas, while its battery-swapping network covers a total of 2,402 locations, including 790 on highways. Nio also points out that its network has been open since the beginning, “with around 80 per cent of the power provided being used by non-Nio models.”

A similar deal was announced between SAIC-GM and Tesla late last year, allowing access to the Supercharger network and destination chargers across China for Cadillac and Buick drivers.


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