Enode beta already support several Xpeng models and the G9 seems almost complete and stable. Please enable them for Monta beta users.
We are following up with enode on this. We will let you know when this has been fixed
Unfortunately XPENG was made available by accident by Enode. They are still in development of the integration and don't know by when they will add support for it.
Also, once they do support it, it would require us to use their custom mobile app SDKs since XPENG requires to communicate via Bluetooth in order to get a connection.
For now we will remove support for XPENG from the beta vendors.
Really bad news. Also weird that Xpeng doesn't have a standardized rest API for communication with the car. Bluetooth requirement makes very little sense, but I guess Enode knows what they are doing. It's just that their documentation is showing a very large degree of finalization of the integration. Guess that was incorrect.
From Enode for transparency:
Hey there, thanks for getting in touch about this. I'm sorry for the confusion here, XPENG was not meant to show up in the dashboard and has since been removed. We are working on an XPENG integration, but we don't have any concrete news on when it might be live just quite yet. You got a sneak peek :)
Please note that if you are interested in XPENG in the future, it will require integrating with our native Link SDKs because linking with XPENG relies on functionality only found in our SDKs. If you have not already considered upgrading to our SDKs, XPENG support may be a great reason to consider it in the near future!
Hope this helps and let me know if you have any further questions.
Thank you for pointing this out. We've updated the app with the latest cars supported by Enode.
Xpeng is now included.