NIO Europe Director of Communications to speak at Voestalpine Event in May

Written by Cláudio Afonso |

Florian Otto, Director of Communications and Public Affairs at NIO Europe, will be among the speakers at the Automotive Dialogue on May 5. The event will be held by Voestalpine, an Austria-based steelmaker, and will count on top-class speakers from Toyota Motor Europe, Voestalpine Steel Division, NIO, and Magna International. The event will be held on May 5,2022 from 2:00 to 5:30 p.m. CET. Read more about the event here.

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Florian Otto, NIO Director Communications and Publica Affairs Europe

“Top-class experts from voestalpine and OEMs will be speaking on e-mobility, sustainability, and current trends. Enjoy a varied afternoon on May 5, 2022 from experts for experts, and take the opportunity to exchange ideas at the Automotive Dialogue themed: Steel meets new perspectives.” — Voestalpine said.


Alongside Florian Otto, also Gerald Killmann (Senior Vice President Purchasing and R&D at Toyota Motor Europe), Kurt Bachmaier (Vice President Sales & Marketing at Magna Steyr) and members of Voestalpine will speak at the event.

On Friday, NIO announced a strategic cooperation with WWF on Clean Parks ecological co-construction. Clean Parks is a global ecological co-construction plan initiated by NIO to implement the vision of Blue Sky Coming. It is also the world’s first open platform initiated by an automobile company to support the construction of national parks and protected areas — the EV maker said.

According to a picture posted on Twitter, a white NIO ET7 Model was seen on Thursday charging in Munich, Germany. The vehicle was using a charger from EWE Go Station, a German subsidiary of the fifth-largest energy supplier in the country, EWE AG. In late 2020, EWE Go announced a joint electrification project with McDonald’s, aiming to install charging points at over 1,000 restaurants in Germany by 2025.

Worm Capital released on Monday, April 18, its new research presentation on Tesla. When talking about Tesla’s competition, the authors present a production estimate for the biggest EV makers, predicting 1.6 million vehicles for Tesla and over 200k for NIO. If the Chinese electric vehicle maker reach this result, it will represent a 130% – 140% annual growth from 2021, when the company delivered 91,429 units.

Written by Cláudio Afonso |