A Nio showroom in Beijing. The carmaker said ‘it strongly condemns such unlawful acts and will not bow down to cybercrimes’. Photo: Bloomberg
A Nio showroom in Beijing. The carmaker said ‘it strongly condemns such unlawful acts and will not bow down to cybercrimes’. Photo: Bloomberg

Chinese EV maker Nio is being blackmailed by hacker for US$2.25 million in bitcoin after data breach

  • Shanghai-based carmaker ‘is doing everything possible to support its users’, CEO says
  • Internal investigation finds that part of Nio’s user and vehicle sales information before August 2021 has been compromised

A Nio showroom in Beijing. The carmaker said ‘it strongly condemns such unlawful acts and will not bow down to cybercrimes’. Photo: Bloomberg
A Nio showroom in Beijing. The carmaker said ‘it strongly condemns such unlawful acts and will not bow down to cybercrimes’. Photo: Bloomberg
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