BYD sold a record 301,903 vehicles in November, with hybrid sales down

The company has not produced cars with internal combustion engines for more than a year and a half

BYD sold 301,903 new energy vehicles (NEVs) in November, up 31% year-on-year and almost the same as in October. Sales of electric vehicles (BEVs) rose to 170,150 units, while sales of hybrid vehicles (PHEVs) decreased by 3.22% to 131,228 compared to the previous month.

This is another record high month for BYD, but growth for the month is very slight, only 0.27%. Year to date (January-November), BYD has sold 2,683,374 vehicles, meaning the company needs to deliver about 320,000 units in December to reach its goal of 3 million vehicles.

BYD stopped production of internal combustion engine vehicles in April last year. BEV sales accounted for 52.5% of BYD’s total sales in September and 54.9% in October.

BYD sold a record 301,903 vehicles in November, with hybrid sales down

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BYD’s sales include the main brand as well as sub-brands. Deliveries of YangWang U8 amounted to 408 units, Fang Cheng Bao Bao – 5626 units, Denza – 11,843 units. Denza D9 sales totaled 10,446 units. The Ocean and Dynasty brands sold 288,501 vehicles.

BYD also exported 30,629 vehicles to global markets, up 148.65% year-on-year and almost the same as the previous month. The main export product is the Yuan Plus SUV, also known as Atto 3.

BYD today also announced major promotions as part of its year-end sales campaign, with some models that were previously discounted being discounted again.

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