The XPeng G3 is an electric compact SUV, manufactured by Haima Automobile for the Chinese NEV manufacturer XPeng Motors[2] which started production in November 2018.[3]

XPeng G3
Xpeng G3i 001.jpg
ManufacturerXPeng Motors
Also calledXPengi (facelift)
AssemblyZhengzhou, Henan, China
(by Haima Automobile)
Body and chassis
ClassSubcompact luxury crossover SUV
Body style5-door SUV
LayoutFront-motor, front-wheel drive
Dual-motors Four-wheel drive
Electric motor2nd Generation Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor, 145 kW (194 hp; 197 PS)
Battery50.5 or 65.5 kWh lithium-ion
Range401 km (249 mi) or 520 km (320 mi) NEDC
Wheelbase2,625 mm (103.3 in)
Length4,450 mm (175.2 in)[1]
Width1,820 mm (71.7 in)
Height1,610 mm (63.4 in)
Kerb weight1,578–1,637 kg (3,479–3,609 lb)

Originally revealed as the XPeng Beta during prototype phase in 2016,[4] the name was changed for the limited run first batch edition to XPeng Identity X in 2017.

After almost three years for sale, on 9 July 2021, the manufacturer introduced the updated facelift version of the model with the name of XPeng G3i.[5] First units scheduled to be delivered throughout the month of September 2021.


The XPeng G3 mass production version was unveiled during the January 2018 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. According to XPeng Motors, G3 stood for Geek3, and that the name was chosen after a crowd-sourced naming contest.[6] The XPeng G3 is actually the second batch production car, also known as the XPeng 2.0. The XPeng 1.0 was the limited run first-edition pre-production run of 15 cars reserved for founders and investors called the XPeng Identity X revealed in 2017.[citation needed]

As of October 2017, the mass production XPeng G3 crossover output was planned to be 190 hp (190 PS; 140 kW), good for a top speed of 170 km/h (110 mph). The XPeng G3 was planned to be equipped with a 47.6 kWh battery with a claimed range of 300 kilometres (186 mi) and 0–100 km/h (0–62 mph) acceleration in 8.2 seconds for the front wheel drive version and 5.8 seconds for the 4WD version. The electric motor was planned to be 187 hp (139 kW; 190 PS) and is located over the front axle.[7] As of September 2021, the XPeng G3's list price ranged from 149,800 to 199,800 yuan.[8]

The G3 Long Range model was released in July 2019[9] with a larger 66.5 kWh battery and a claimed range of 520 km (320 mi). The original model[which?] was upgraded to a 50.5 kWh battery giving a range of 401 km (249 mi). Performance has decreased from the original version, with acceleration of 0–100 km/h (62 mph) in 8.5 seconds and 8.6 seconds for the long range model.[10]

XPeng started exporting the G3 to Norway in 2020.[11]

XPeng G3iEdit

The XPeng G3i is the mid-cycle facelift unveiled in 2021, featuring a new fascia for the exterior design in the same style as the P7 sedan. The G3i is equipped with the updated intelligent in-car operating system (Xmart OS) and the autonomous driving assistance systems XPILOT 2.5.[12]

XPeng Identity XEdit

The battery cell type of the XPeng Identity X is a Samsung 18650 with an energy density of 152 Wh/kg. Range of the car is 300 km (190 mi). 0–100 km/h (62 mph) acceleration will take 5.8 seconds, or 7.9 seconds in 2WD mode.

The motor of the XPeng Identity X is made by Jin-Jing Electric, a Beijing-based company. Top speed of the Identity X is 170 km/h (110 mph). The Identity X is front-wheel drive, with the battery pack located in the floor. The later revealed 4WD version which has a second smaller[clarification needed] motor sitting over the rear axle.[13][14]


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