GUANGZHOU, China – XPeng Inc., a leading Chinese smart electric vehicle (“Smart EV”) company, today announced its vehicle delivery results for January 2021.

XPeng achieved a record monthly delivery of 6,015 Smart EVs in January 2021, representing a 470% increase from January 2020, marking the third consecutive month of record-breaking delivery numbers.

Both the P7 smart sports sedan and the G3 smart compact SUV deliveries maintained strong momentum. Total January deliveries consisted of a record high 3,710 P7s and 2,305 G3s.

Cumulative P7 deliveries reached 18,772 as of January 31, 2021. G3 deliveries exhibited a 118% increase year-over-year.

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The record-breaking delivery results reflect the strong market appeal of XPeng’s products and services as the Company accelerates its delivery capabilities and launch of new smart features, expanding brand awareness and marketing efforts. The new version of P7’s operating system, Xmart OS 2.5.0 was released to customers on January 26th this year, optimizing 200+ features and adding 40+ new functions including the navigation assisted highway autonomous driving solution NGP (Navigation Guided Pilot).

About Xpeng

Xpeng is a leading Chinese smart electric vehicle company that designs, develops, manufactures, and markets Smart EVs that appeal to the large and growing base of technology-savvy middle-class consumers in China. Its mission is to drive Smart EV transformation with technology and data, shaping the mobility experience of the future. In order to optimize its customers’ mobility experience, Xpeng develops in-house its full-stack autonomous driving technology and in-car intelligent operating system, as well as core vehicle systems including powertrain and the electrification/electronic architecture. Xpeng is headquartered in Guangzhou, China, with offices in Beijing, Shanghai, Silicon Valley and San Diego. The Company’s Smart EVs are manufactured at plants in Zhaoqing and Zhengzhou, located in Guangdong and Henan provinces, respectively.

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