Nio’s Milestone: 800 Highway Battery Swap Stations


Nio, the electric vehicle maker, has achieved a significant milestone by reaching 800 battery swap stations along highways in China. About one-third of these stations support Power Swap on Pilot (PSP) services, allowing Nio vehicles to autonomously navigate from the main road to a service area for a battery swap when NOP+ is enabled.

Why does it matter?

The addition of 2 new battery swap stations brings the total to 800, with 675 located at highway service areas and 125 near highway entrances/exits. Among these, 243 stations provide PSP services, enhancing the automation and navigation experience during battery swaps on highways. Nio’s software update introduced PSP functionality, enabling vehicles to queue for battery swaps if necessary. The company’s commitment to expanding its battery swap network in China demonstrates its focus on enhancing convenience for EV owners and promoting sustainable transportation solutions.

How is it going to shape the future?

With plans to add over 1,000 more battery swap stations in China in 2024, Nio aims to exceed 3,310 stations. This expansion aligns with Nio’s vision of advancing electric mobility and reducing reliance on traditional refueling methods. By unveiling its fourth-generation battery swap station and consistently exceeding its station addition targets, Nio showcases its dedication to innovation and customer-centric solutions. The integration of PSP services and the seamless connectivity with NOP+ highlight Nio’s emphasis on enhancing the user experience and driving efficiency in battery swap scenarios. As Nio continues to expand its battery swap and charging infrastructure, it paves the way for a sustainable and convenient EV ecosystem that caters to the evolving needs of electric vehicle owners worldwide.