Chinese smart electric vehicle maker XPENG Motors has seen tremendous demand for its newly launched 2024 G9 SUV. XPENG announced that it has received over 15,000 orders for the G9 in just 15 days since its release. Notably, over 80% of orders are for the higher-end Max version, which comes equipped with XPENG’s advanced XNGP driver assistance system.
The new G9 is offered in 5 variants priced from $38,500 to $52,500 USD. Compared to the previous model, the new G9 is reduced in price by up to $8,800 USD. XPENG has removed the less practical 5D interactive cockpit but retained features like electric doors, ventilated front seats, and LED vanity mirrors.
The Max version with XNGP driver assistance saw over 80% of orders, indicating strong consumer appetite for smart driving capabilities. For every 5 G9 ordered, 4 included the XNGP system, poised to rival Tesla’s FSD and Li Auto’s LiAD systems. The G9 Max is equipped with 2 lidars, 5 millimeter wave radars, 12 ultrasonic sensors, and 12 cameras. It also features dual NVIDIA Orin-X chips delivering 508 TOPS of computing power to run the XNGP system.
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