eastwest connect

IT Home reported on April 23 that NIO’s G3 Beijing-Taiwan Expressway power swap network was officially opened.

G3 Beijing-Taiwan Expressway is a traffic artery connecting North China, East China, and Southeast China, with a total length of 2,030 kilometers, running through 8 provinces and cities including Beijing, Hebei, Shandong, Jiangsu, Anhui, Zhejiang, Fujian, and Taiwan.

So far, NIO has opened up G1 Beijing-Harbin, G2 Beijing-Shanghai, G3 Beijing-Taiwan, G4 Beijing-Hong Kong-Macau, G5 Beijing-Kunming Expressway, a total of 5 highway power swap networks in the capital’s radial lines.

As of April 2023, NIO has opened up 6 vertical, 3 horizontal, and 8 large urban agglomerations with highway power exchange network.

In 2025, NIO will complete a highway power swap network with 9 vertical, 9 horizontal, and 19 large urban agglomerations.