Q4 2022 is basically code for "not 2022" which then puts it basically where QS is with a dash of exuberance. It also just about matches Tesla's timeline for reaching 400Wh/kg in 2023. Also, 910km @ 150kWh is 165Wk/km vs 112Wh/km for the M3 using the same MIIT cycle; in a word, ugly.I'd be surprised if there isn't more to this than the headline - I find it hard to believe that a solid state battery could be ready for prime time and NIO is the one to get there first - all while not hearing a lot of rumours about it.
What are the costs, charging, performance in cold temperature specs?
As for the computer, high "FLOPS" is easy to achieve nowadays. GPU's achieved >1TFLOPS 10 years ago so 4.2TFLOPS isn't astounding in 2021 (a couple of modern phone SoC's have this much too). It's also irrelevant as a measure for AI performance.
So while not putting down NIO's announcement altogether, it does sound like it's a numbers game announcement and not entirely as earthshattering as it's made to seem. Now if they had announced that it's ready for sale this year in 2021, then it would be seismic.