The Chinese car manufacturer XPeng is expanding its European operations, also heading to Germany


The Chinese car manufacturer XPeng already sells its cars in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and the Netherlands. Newly heading to other European countries; first to Germany, later this year also to France, Italy and Great Britain. It wants to have a total of 120 dealerships in Germany by 2026.

The P7 sedan and the G9 SUV will go on sale there. The P7 model will offer a basic RWD Long Range 82.7kWh battery and a 206kW electric motor driving the rear wheels for 49,600 euros (1.26 million crowns).

The more powerful AWD Performance version will have the same battery, but a combined power of 352 kW and a price tag of 58,600 euros (1.49 million crowns).

The top-of-the-range P7 Wing Edition will offer the same powertrain as the AWD Performance version, but it will also get scissor doors. 69,600 euros (1.77 million crowns) will have to be paid for it.

Photo: XPeng

XPeng P7

The G9 is bigger and more expensive. The basic version of the RWD Standard Range will offer a 78.2kWh battery and one 230kW electric motor for 57,600 euros (1.46 million crowns).

The middle version of the RWD Long Range will have the same power, but a larger, 98kWh battery and a price tag of 62,300 euros (1.58 million crowns).

The top version of the AWD Long Range will offer a larger battery and two electric motors for a total output of 405 kW for 69,600 euros (1.77 million crowns). It should be able to accelerate to 100 km/h in 3.9 seconds.


XPeng G9

“The launch of sales in Germany is a milestone for XPeng and we are pleased to take a place in one of the most competitive automotive markets in the world. We are excited to invite customers to try out the G9 and P7 models (…) at 24 sales locations across Germany,” said Markus Schrick, managing director of XPeng’s German division. Sales there should start in May this year.

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