Xpeng just introduced their new S4 charger a while back. This time, the Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer announced that it has built ultra-fast charging sites in five cities (Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, and Wuhan) in China with a new S4 charging station capable of producing 480 kW of power.
The XPeng currently has 1,011 charging stations with seven of them supercharging the S4. By 2023, the company targets to add more than 500 S4 stations.
The S4’s ultra-fast charging launched last month and gives a charging capacity of up to 480 kW. After that, the company launched the G9 electric SUV that can charge up to 400 kW, made possible through the vehicle’s 800 volt architecture.
By the end of this year, XPeng plans to build a total of more than 50 S4 ultra-fast charging stations in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Wuhan. Xpeng targets to have 2,000 super-fast charging stations by 2025.
Xpeng is growing rapidly after presenting the very popular P5 in China. In Q1 2022, Xpeng increased its vehicle deliveries. In total, the Chinese electric carmaker shipped 34,561 vehicles in this period, which is a 159 percent increase compared to the same quarter last year.
Xpeng opened orders for its new electric SUV G9 in China in August this year.