Xpeng P7i Test Drive: Hands-Free Driving Comes to Life.

By Mark Andrews

Car News China.

Is the P7i any good and what can XNGP do now and going forward?

Since launch, the P7 has been a very important model for XPeng, and has been the company’s best seller in most months. Launched in 2020 it was a real trailblazer, a sleek sports sedan in a Chinese world where EVs were either SUVs, crossovers or pretty boring sedans. What seemed like a risk paid off and since then there have been a number of other Chinese EVs entering the sector.

Three years later the original P7, dare we say, was looking a little tired at least in terms of performance and features. Enter the P7i, the mid-life update, which aims to take the fight to some of the upstarts. Most importantly the Max version comes with XPeng’s latest and greatest XNGP self-driving tech.

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An XPeng P7i Max electric sports sedan near the Huangpu River in Pujiang Town, Pudong, Shanghai, China.
Mark Andrews has written about everything from Japanese houses to heli hikes on New Zealand glaciers, test drives of Chinese cars to bar and restaurant reviews. He currently specialises in travel articles and reviews of Chinese cars plus articles about the Chinese auto industry.

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