Chinese ALL NEW Electric Cars To Hit The US In 2023 JUST SHOCKED The ENTIRE Electric Car Industry!

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China now dominates the global market for electric vehicles. And the main reason is the presence of both long-standing electric car manufacturers and cutting-edge newcomers in China’s EV market.

Now, there has been a rise in interest in electric vehicles in China, which means sales could hit 6 million by 2022. In fact, China’s electric car industry is well ahead compared to the United States and Europe, where sales are expected to reach about 1.2 million and 3.2 million in 2022.

And now, Chinese car brands are expanding abroad and into the US with their newest and cheapest models!

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00:00- Intro
02:28- XPENG P7
03:49- NIO EP9
04:29- BYD SEAL
05:53- NIO ES8
08:13- NIO ET7


China is expected to introduce the BYD Sea Lion in the third quarter of 2022. And this year, the BYD Sea Lion, a full-size electric SUV, is anticipated to serve as the company’s flagship EV.

The BYD Xtreme concept car has inspired widespread speculation that the BYD Sea Lion will be the basis for the final production model.

Additionally, the AutoChina 2021 Show in Shanghai marked the world premiere of this vehicle.

BYD claims that this idea combines elements of traditional Chinese knotwork with the brand’s well received DragonFace design language. And as the presentation indicates, these will play a significant role in the aesthetics of future BYD vehicles.

This car will be an electric SUV to compete with the Tesla Model Y, placing it above the Yuan Plus in BYD’s lineup.

Despite this, the BYD Sea Lion has had relatively little information disclosed by the corporation. And based on the options package selected, this vehicle is expected to sell for $32,000 to $40,000 in the United States.


The XPeng P7 has been praised as the perfect car by numerous Chinese consumers. It is a large vehicle with 16 feet in length and a wheelbase of 9.8 feet. There are also at least ten different variants to choose from.

For the sake of brevity, the performance numbers of the best performance models will be used. There’s one synchronous permanent magnet motor is located at the front of this space, and the other is at the back. Additionally, both of these motors have a power output of 120 kilowatts each.

The same 316 kilowatts (kW) are sent to all four wheels. XPeng claims that this vehicle’s top speed is 106 mph because of its 490 lb-ft of peak torque.

The top-tier P7’s 81 kWh battery capacity is more than sufficient. According to the company, the XPeng P7 has an optimistic DC range estimation of 350 miles.

Furthermore, DC fast charging can restore the P7’s 75-mile range in just ten minutes.

The P7 Saloon, XPeng’s second model, has been selling in China since June for the local equivalent of $46,000.


Though the EP9 or electric prototype Nine was never meant to be driven on public roads, the ES8, ET7, and ES6 were all designed to be driven by the general public.

Several racetracks worldwide have seen this electric supercar achieve new records for the quickest lap times ever recorded by an electric vehicle.

The interior and exterior of the EP9 are both made of carbon fiber, and the EP9’s chassis is no exception. The electric racing car’s side batteries may also be changed out in as little as eight minutes.


The BYD Seal is a new all-electric car now under development, and will likely give the Tesla Model Three a run for its money this year.

In honor of the introduction of BYD’s E platform 3.0, the BYD Seal was unveiled last month. And it follows the BYD Dolphin as the second electric sedan in the BYD Ocean lineup.

The Seal has a high voltage platform of 800 volts, allowing it to travel 440 miles on electricity alone.

The Seal, which will be on sale this summer, will be produced at BYD’s Chang Zhao plant, with an expected annual production rate of 600,000 units and a monthly sales rate of 5,000 units.

The Seal’s overall profile is calm and rounded. Now, an advanced BYD blade battery provides the juice for the Seal. And you may get it with either rear-wheel drive (150 kW) or all-wheel drive (230 kW), and either 160 hp in the front or 230 hp in the back (AWD).

The four-wheel-drive model can go from 0 to 100 km/h in a fast 3.8 seconds, and it is projected to cost between $35,000 and $45,000, with the latter figure dependent on the vehicle’s trim level and optional features.

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