CnEVPost Newsletter: China Jan EV deliveries
BYD's sales were lower in January, as seasonal factors affected almost all of China's major carmakers, while its overseas sales continued to hit a record high.
The Fang Cheng Bao brand delivered 5,203 vehicles in January, while the Yangwang brand delivered 1,652 units.
BYD has released six images of the Yuan Up, showing the model from multiple angles.
The beginning of the year is usually a low point for car sales in China due to seasonal factors. Nio's deliveries in January included 6,307 SUVs and 3,748 sedans.
The decline was mainly due to seasonal factors. The X9 MPV, which went on sale on January 1, delivered 2,478 units in January.
Li Auto said it will challenge itself to become China's best-selling premium auto brand by aiming for a new high of 800,000 deliveries a year.
Since its launch in September 2023, the new M7 has now accumulated more than 140,000 firm orders, Aito said.
The first model to be built by Huawei and JAC will be a sedan priced at the RMB 1 million level, not an MPV as previously rumored, according to local media.
In addition to offering cash discounts on select Model Y stock vehicles, Tesla is also allowing customers to get paid paint for RMB 2,000 that would otherwise sell for RMB 8,000 or RMB 12,000.
The entire Model Y lineup has been upgraded to the HW 4.0 self-driving computer, while the price remains the same.
Zeekr's deliveries in January fell from the previous month, but fared better than its main peers.
Neta's sequential rebound in deliveries in January appears to be largely due to a low base in December.
To date, the C10 has more than 23,500 pre-orders since pre-sales began on January 10, Leapmotor said.
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