NIO Inc’s Li Discusses Demand for Its EC6 Model

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    Bloomberg Markets and Finance published this video item, entitled “NIO Inc’s Li Discusses Demand for Its EC6 Model” – below is their description.

    Sep.30 — Chinese electric vehicle maker NIO began making deliveries of its new EC6 model last week, about two months after it began taking preorders for the battery-powered SUV. Chairman and CEO William Li discussed demand for the company’s third model in an exclusive interview with Bloomberg’s Tom Mackenzie at the Beijing Auto Show over the weekend. (Removes inaccurate translation on specific gross margins in 2Q)

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