CnEVPost Newsletter: EV makers' sales in China in May
BYD aims to sell at least 3 million NEVs this year.
From January to May, the Qin family models sold 171,534 units and the Song family sold 216,625 units.
NIO said it plans to launch a new NT 2.0-based model, the ET5 Touring, which will be delivered to customers starting in June.
The NIO ET5 wait time has changed from 2-3 weeks to about 3 weeks, the EC7 from 5-7 weeks to about 5 weeks, and the ES7 from about 4 weeks to about 3 weeks.
As of May 31, NIO had 118 NIO Houses and 269 NIO Spaces worldwide.
XPeng expects the G6 to be one of the most popular and best-selling models in the Chinese NEV SUV market, with a price range of RMB 200,000 to RMB 300,000.
The G6 needs to be successful for XPeng to be truly relevant to the market again, Deutsche Bank analyst Edison Yu's team said earlier this week.
This sets the stage for Li Auto to surpass its revenue goal of RMB 100 billion in 2023, the company said.
In the January-May period, Zeekr delivered 32,013 vehicles, up 117.66 percent from a year earlier. The company is targeting about 140,000 deliveries this year.
Earlier today, Bloomberg reported that the company is considering filing for its $1 billion Hong Kong IPO as soon as this month.
Leapmotor said the higher-priced C-series models contributed more than 83 percent of deliveries in May.
From January to May, GAC Aion sold 166,323 vehicles, an increase of 118.44 percent year-on-year.
Musk arrived in Shanghai from Beijing yesterday evening and toured the Tesla Shanghai factory overnight.
The Geely Galaxy L7 is available in five versions with a starting price of RMB 138,700, or about $19,500.
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