Gross sales at three Chinese language electrical car startups – Nio, XPeng and Li Auto – proceed to rise because the nation strikes past the crippling results of the coronavirus outbreak.
Nio’s September deliveries superior for the seventh straight month, hovering 133 p.c to 4,708, the corporate mentioned this week.
The quantity contains 1,482 ES8 SUVs, 3,210 ES6 crossovers and 16 EC6 coupe-like crossovers, based on the corporate. Deliveries of the EC6 started on Sept. 25.
Within the first three quarters, Nio’s cumulative gross sales reached 26,375, a surge of 114 p.c from the identical interval final 12 months.
Final month, deliveries at XPeng soared 145 p.c to three,478. The tally includes 2,573 P7s and 905 of the corporate’s first model, the G3 crossover.
XPeng’s second product, the P7 sedan, went on sale in late June.
Via September, gross sales at XPeng rose 9.7 p.c to 14,077.
Li Auto launched gross sales of its first and solely product, the Li One SUV, in December 2019.
In September, deliveries of the Li One reached 3,504 with year-to-date gross sales totaling 18,160.
Nio, created in Shanghai in 2014, launched an preliminary public providing on the New York Stock Change in 2018.
XPeng, established within the south China metropolis of Guangzhou in 2014, went public on the New York Stock Change in August.
Li Auto, included in Beijing in 2015, was listed on Nasdaq in July.