Where Will NIO Stock Be In 10 Years?

Aug. 16, 2021 2:50 PM ETNIO Inc. (NIO)41 Comments


  • NIO continues to materialize on its ambitions of becoming an industry leader with ongoing overseas expansion, increasing domestic market share, and new EV models accompanied by enhanced technology.
  • In addition to the brand new ET7 sedan, NIO will also be launching two additional new EV models in 2022 to further diversify its product mix and achieve higher sales.
  • And to increase mass market penetration, NIO will be launching a separate brand that offers lower priced EVs.
  • The company's overseas expansion plans are executing according to plan as well, with its Norway debut slated for September. NIO has also recently announced a global battery swap station deployment plan, with more than 1,000 swapping stations to be installed outside of China.
  • Combined with accelerating global EV adoption encouraged by government policy intervention and attractive financial incentives, NIO is slated to become Tesla's closest global competitor before the end of the decade.

NIO logo and the NIO store in downtown
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NIO's (NYSE: NYSE:NIO) second quarter losses continued to narrow as a result of strong vehicle sales and lowered material costs, while rivals warned of further pressure on margins ahead due to the ongoing global chip

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