NIO launched today its 752nd Battery Swap Station.

The 752nd NIO Battery Swap Station was launched today in the Qingdao Minjiang Road Fubin. Backed by the Qingdao Municipal Government and Vientiane City, the core business district of Qingdao City.

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The company revealed during the last NIO DAY, on Dec 18th, that their goal is to achieve 1,300 Stations by the end of next year.

After achieving the 2021 goal of 700 Battery Swap Stations three weeks before year end, NIO is in good pace to reach this new goal by the end of 2022.

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