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Nio, a Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer

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Presentation of the company

Nio (NASDAQ: NIO) is a Chinese Automotive Manufacturer, specializing in the development and production of electric vehicles, founded in 2014. The company's philosophy is to move towards a positive and sustainable future. The company is currently only present in the Asian market but wants to start penetrating the international market, starting with Europe, in 2022.

The company has several innovative ideas: the Power Swap, a service that gives the car a set of new batteries, and the creation of Nio homes and an app so that owners of their vehicles can interact.

The brand currently offers three models for sale, and two in development, with prices hovering around €50,000. In 2021, it has sold more than 90,000 vehicles. Nio is the eighth largest automotive market capitalization.

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History of Nio


Nio is a relatively young company, founded in 2014. Their first model is a 1300+ horsepower electric supercar, the EP9, which was entered into the Formula E championship, and will have broken several records on various tracks.

In 2017, the brand launched its first mainstream model, the ES8 electric SUV. In 2018, Nio added a second model to its catalog: the ES6 compact SUV. In September 2018, the company went public on the New York Stock Exchange with an initial valuation of $1.8 billion.

At the end of April 2020, NIO announced new fundraising of $1 billion via a group of Chinese investors, necessary financing due to the company's difficulties in selling its vehicles.  That same year, it launched BaaS, batteries available for rent.

In 2021, their ES8 SUV is available for purchase in Norway.

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The market


Nio is a company that sells electric cars, based in China. China is one of the largest automotive markets in the world, and the largest in terms of electric cars, accounting for 45% of global sales, although only 4% of these sales are made internationally. If China sells a lot of electric cars, it produces even more, as 60% of electric car production takes place there.

The world market for electric vehicles is still young, as it is only in 2008 that electric vehicles start to appear. In a concern for sustainable development, the world is increasingly interested in this type of transport, creating opportunities for new companies specialized in this field.

China being the most polluting country in the world, the Chinese government is showing itself to be interventionist and measures are being taken to encourage the Chinese population to turn to less polluting means of transportation, announcing an interesting future for this market.

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Key Figures and Financial Ratio


 Market capitalisation : $31.67 billions 1(2022)

Revenue : $5.153 billions 2(2021)

Net income : -$1.561 billion 3(2021)

Dividends paid : No dividends​

Earnings per share : -$1.034(2021)

Debt to equity ratio : 0.495(2022)

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