Nio announced today the launch of 2 new Battery Swap Stations reaching a new total of 818 in China. The stations are located in Chengdu Jijijiu Road and in the Ninth Road — Wuhou District.
The 817th station is located in the Xunfu charging station on Jijijiu Road, Wuhou District, Chengdu, where many feeder roads also intersect. The new station will also enhance the replenishment capacity of Chengdu’s Ximen area — Nio added.
According to Nio, the 818th station is located in the parking lot of Mianyang Yuexi Valley Hotel, and is equipped with four 120kW supercharging piles and two 7kW charging piles to provide fast and convenient energy replenishment for all national standard electric vehicles. The station has been upgraded into a charging and changing station, which can be charged and changed freely, bringing users a more efficient and pleasant charging and changing experience.
As of January 27th, Nio has 818 Battery Swap Stations, 659 supercharging stations, 649 destination charging stations, and access to 460,000+ third-party charging piles nationwide. The Chinese EV maker is in a good pace towards the 1,300 Battery Swap Stations goal by the year end.
Last week, Nio officially opened its first European Battery Swap Station, located in Norway – the first European Country for the Chinese EV maker. By the end of 2022, Nio will have Stations in five different Norwegian cities, with a total of 20 for the Norwegian customers.
NIO closed 2021 with 777 Stations – being 11% above the update goal established last July of 700. The annual objective was reached three weeks before the year-end.
Yesterday, Nio enthusiast Adam Lin, caught the ES6 Model on the Interstate 880 which is a north–south auxiliary Interstate Highway in the San Francisco Bay Area of Northern California.