NIO: News

25 Dec 2022

New Auto Launches

2023 NIO EC7 debuts with an impressive range of 920km

EV maker NIO has taken the wraps off the EC7 for the global markets with a starting price tag of CNY 488,000 (approximately Rs. 57.67 lakh).

16 Jun 2022

Latest automobiles

NIO ES7 electric SUV debuts with impressive 930km driving range

Chinese EV maker NIO has launched the ES7 SUV for the global markets at a starting price tag of CNY 468,000 (approximately Rs. 54.5 lakh).

21 Dec 2021

Tesla Model 3

NIO ET5 v/s Tesla Model 3: Which one is better?

NIO has unveiled its ET5 electric car in China. Its deliveries are likely to commence from September 2022.

21 Dec 2021

Electric Vehicles

NIO ET5 debuts as Tesla Model 3 rival: Top features

Chinese automaker NIO has unveiled the ET5 car in its home country. Its deliveries should start in September 2022.

10 Jan 2021

Tesla

Rivaling Tesla, NIO launches ET7 electric sedan with autonomous driving

As the company's first-ever battery-powered sedan, Chinese electric vehicle maker NIO has launched the all-new ET7 model in its home country.

02 Jul 2019

India

Five famous alumni of IIT Delhi you should know about

The Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) are the country's premier engineering institutes that are recognized as centers of academic excellence in science and technology.

19 May 2019

India

Some famous female alumni of IITs you should know about

The Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) are the country's premier engineering institutes and globally recognized as centers of academic excellence in the fields of science and technology.

30 Nov 2018

LinkedIn

Four Indian-origin women among Forbes' top American women in technology

Four Indian-origin women - Padmasree Warrior, Komal Mangtani, Neha Narkhede, and Kamakshi Sivaramakrishnan - have been named by Forbes magazine in the 2018 list of the 'Top Women in Technology' in the US.

22 Mar 2018

Maharashtra

More micro-plastics on Maharashtra, Karnataka beaches than Goa, reveals study

Maharashtra and Karnataka beaches contain more micro-plastics than Goa, revealed a study conducted by Goa-based National Institute of Oceanography (NIO).