Regarding the purchase price of the EP9, no details have yet been issued by Next EV.
It is known, however, that it costs about US $ 1.2 million to produce and only six copies will be built.
According to information from the AutoExpress site, only six copies of the NIO EP9 were built for a unit price of $ 1.2 million. They have all already been sold to investors who founded NextEV. The latter will use their cars as a showcase for the brand, which plans to release a more conventional series model in 2017.
Other major Chinese companies have also helped finance the company: China’s Tencent, Hillhouse Capital, Shunwei Capital, JOY Capital, HOPU and Lenovo, as well as US companies Sequoia Capital and TPG.
To initiate short-term mass production, NextEV partnered with Chinese manufacturer JAC Motors (called Jianghuai in its home country), a secondary manufacturer offering a wide range of vehicles (cars, light trucks and heavy trucks), Including some models with electric propulsion.