XPEV stock peaked at a 52-week high of $74.49 on Nov. 23 of last year.
Brand ambassadors in China cut ties with companies including Nike, Adidas and Uniqlo, and H&M had some of its stores forcibly closed by landlords.
Faurecia forecast robust current-quarter sales growth after its first-quarter sales beat market expectations.
BMW is aiming for a quarter of its sales in China to be pure battery – electric vehicles by 2025, its China chief Jochen Goller said.
Asian stock markets retreated Friday after a resurgence of coronavirus infections in China and a rise in cases in Southeast Asia.
The total number of confirmed Covid-19 cases in mainland China now stands at 88,557, while the official death toll is 4,635.
The Chinese capital itself reported one new case, while Heilongjiang in the north reported 27 new infections.
China’s retail sales edged up 4.6% last month from a year earlier, missing analysts’ forecast for 5.5% growth, in contrast to 5.0% growth in November.