The G3 variant, available in Norway, has an English-language user interface, AI-powered Hi Xpeng voice assistant and smart navigation,
Including those intended for
buyers in the Arctic Circle
Xpeng, a China-based electric car company that has enjoyed success in its home market, has entered the European market. It has announced the start of shipments of the Xpeng G3 model to Norway. This week, 100 electric SUVs were handed over to new owners in 28 cities across the country.
The choice of Norway to debut in Europe, Xpeng said, was based on government policies to support the move to electric vehicles, the presence of a developed infrastructure for electric vehicles and a strong awareness of the value of electric vehicles among local consumers.
The Xpeng G3, with a NEDC-certified 520 km (451 km WLTP) range, is equipped with Xpeng's patented XPILOT 2.5 Advanced Driver Assistance System, which includes automatic parking. The G3 variant, available in Norway, has an English-language user interface, AI-powered Hi Xpeng voice assistant, smart navigation, and remote control via an app. Prices for the Xpeng G3 in Norway start at around € 33,700.
Over the next 12 months, Xpeng plans to introduce a second production model in Europe, the P7 electric sports sedan.