New features will include the NIO Power Swap technology which will enable car batteries to be automatically replaced within just three minutes.
The first four swap stations are scheduled to be introduced at the end of 2011 with more set to be added next year.
In addition to this, NIO has promised to build its own Supercharger network in Norway including the option to have a plug installed in owners’ homes.
Drivers can also access NIO’s pick up and delivery service which allows drivers to skip visits to garages for routine checks.
Marius Hayler, Managing Director of NIO Norway said smart electric cars will “redefine” the market in a similar way to smartphones.
He said: “A new chapter in electric mobility is beginning in Norway.
“Owning an NIO vehicle means gaining access to exciting opportunities and communities that will enrich users’ lives beyond a premium electric vehicle.
“That is why we aim to build a community around NIO in Norway.”
According to data from Car Sales Base, NIO has sold over 20,000 of its ES6 and ES8 cars in China so far in 2021.
In comparison, Tesla has sold just over 15,000 models of its Model Y machine in China.
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