Denza reached 200,000th vehicle delivery milestone in 2 years

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On May 25, Denza delivered its 200,000th vehicle order in Guangzhou, China; making it the fastest new energy luxury car brand to reach this milestone in just two years.

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Currently, Denza sells three models, including the D9, N7, and N8. Its fourth model, the Z9 GT, has also made its debut at the 2024 Beijing Auto Show and recently obtained a sales license from the Chinese regulator. Furthermore, the Denza D9 will be officially launched in Hong Kong next month and the Denza N7 will be launched in other Asia regions from July to August. In the future, Denza plans to launch a total of 10 models in the global market. So far, Denza has more than 400 stores across 149 Chinese cities. In April, Denza sold 11,122 vehicles, bringing its cumulative sales this year to 35,067 vehicles.

The Denza D9 is a medium-to-large luxury MPV. There are nine models on sale with a price range of 339,800 – 600,600 yuan (46,900 – 82,900 USD), available in PHEV and EV powertrains. In April, 10,031 Denza D9s were sold, totaling 32,787 vehicles this year.

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The Denza N7 is a medium-sized all-electric SUV, built upon the modified BYD e-platform 3.0, containing features such as the CTB (Cell-to-Body) structural battery system and iTAC (Intelligence Torque Adaptation Control System).

The Denza N8 is a medium-to-large SUV, available in 6-seater and 7-seater layouts, and powered by BYD’s DM-p plug-in hybrid system, offering a pure electric cruising range (NEDC) of 216 km and a comprehensive cruising range of 1,030 km. Its top speed is 190 km/h and has a 0 – 100 km/h acceleration time of 4.3 seconds.

Left: EV version, Right: PHEV version

The Denza Z9GT will be available in EV and PHEV variants. The PHEV version will be powered by a plug-in hybrid system composed of a 2.0T engine and three electric motors while the EV version will be powered by a three-electric-motor four-wheel drive system with a total system power of 710 kW.

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Source: Denza Weibo, AutoHome, XchuXing

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