Xpeng has confirmed its expansion plan, expanding its existing European market in Norway.
One of China’s most promising automotive manufacturers, Xpeng, has shared its immediate plans for the European market, announcing the opening of four service and delivery centres in the coming months.
It is true that Xpeng already has experience in Europe, as it has been present in Norway for some years now, but it has not been until now, once it is well established, that it has decided to take the step to other European countries.
The new countries it will approach in these first months will be the Netherlands, Sweden and Denmark, three European countries where the adoption of electric vehicles is quite high. It seemed obvious that Spain was not going to be in these initial plans of the Chinese manufacturer, and as it has already announced, it will first approach those countries with the highest sales of electric cars.
Xpeng himself has indicated the opening plan for these new centres, and they are as follows:
The first of these will be Xpeng’s service and delivery centre in Lørenskog (Norway), it will open in February 2023.
This will be followed by another delivery and service centre in Badhoevedorp in the Netherlands, where construction work is expected to be completed in February 2023, although it will not open to the public until the second quarter of 2023.
The service and delivery centre in Stäket (Sweden) will be completed by April and will also open sometime in the second quarter of 2023.
To finish this initial wave of expansion, the Danish service and delivery centre will be located in Hillerød and is expected to be operational and open for business in May 2023.
The Chinese brand also announced earlier that it plans to open more authorised service locations through partnerships with other dealers to cover the rest of Europe, which it intends to do before the end of 2023.
The original text of this article has been extracted from this link. Thanks.