China EV registrations in W24: Xiaomi 2,500, Nio 3,400, Tesla 11,700, BYD 57,200

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In week 24 of the year (June 10 – 16), the China EV market had mixed signals. Xiaomi sales increased by 20% compared with the week before, BYD was also up nearly 10%. Tesla was down 3%, as well as Nio, which was down 3%.

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Li Auto publishes the weekly sales data, which resumed publishing registration data after a few weeks without any official explanation. The numbers are rounded and present new energy vehicles (NEV), the Chinese term for BEVs, PHEVs, and EREVs (range extenders). To be completely precise, it also includes hydrogen vehicles (FCEVs), but their sales are almost non-existent in China.

BYD took the first spot as usual, registering 57,200 EVs, up 8.33% from 52,800 units the week before. In the first two weeks of June, BYD sold 110,000 vehicles in China.

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Tesla took the second spot, registering 11,700 EVs, down 2.50% from 12,000 the week before and 8.56% down from 12,800 in the some week last year. In the first two weeks of June Tesla sold 23,700 EVs in China. The week 24 of 2023 was June 12 – 18.

Li Auto secured third place with 10,500 EVs sold, a 3.67% decrease from 10,900 units the previous week. Compared to the same week last year, sales are up by 47.89% from 7,100 units. In the first two weeks of June, Li Auto sold 21,400 vehicles in China.

Aito saw impressive growth, selling 9,300 EVs, a 4.49% increase from 8,900 units the previous week. This marks a staggering 615.38% increase from 1,300 units in the same week last year. Aito’s total for the first two weeks of June stands at 18,200 vehicles.

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Wuling registered 7,200 EVs, a significant 33.33% increase from 5,400 units the week before. In the first two weeks of June, Wuling sold 12,600 vehicles in China.

GAC Aion sold 6,800 EVs, up 3.03% from 6,600 units the previous week. In the first two weeks of June, GAC Aion’s total sales reached 13,400 vehicles.

Zeekr registered 4,100 EVs, down 2.38% from 4,200 units the week before. However, this is a 115.79% increase from 1,900 units in the same week last year. Zeekr sold 8,300 vehicles in the first two weeks of June.

Leapmotor saw a decrease in sales, registering 3,400 EVs, down 10.53% from 3,800 units the previous week and 5.56% down from 3,600 units in the same week last year. Leapmotor sold 7,200 vehicles in the first two weeks of June.

Nio sold 3,400 EVs, a 2.86% decrease from 3,500 units the previous week. However, this is a 112.50% increase from 1,600 units in the same week last year. Nio’s total for the first two weeks of June is 6,900 vehicles.

Deepal registered 3,100 EVs, a 24.00% increase from 2,500 units the previous week and an 82.35% increase from 1,700 units in the same week last year. Deepal sold 5,600 vehicles in the first two weeks of June.

Xiaomi sold 2,500 EVs, up 19.05% from 2,100 units the previous week. In the first two weeks of June, Xiaomi sold 4,600 vehicles in China. Lei Jun, the company’s CEO, previously said Xiaomi is on track to deliver 10,000 units of its SU7 all-electric sedan, as plants capacity ramps up.

Xpeng registered 2,100 EVs, a 16.67% increase from 1,800 units the previous week. Sales were flat compared to the same week last year. Xpeng sold 3,900 vehicles in the first two weeks of June.

Denza saw a decrease in sales, registering 2,000 EVs, down 4.76% from 2,100 units the previous week and 23.08% down from 2,600 units in the same week last year. Denza sold 4,100 vehicles in the first two weeks of June.

IM maintained steady sales, registering 1,500 EVs, unchanged from the previous week. In the first two weeks of June, IM sold 3,000 vehicles in China.

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2 COMMENTS

    • The last time Li Auto reported VW EV weekly sales were weeks 6+7 of 2024 (2,200 vehicles for those two weeks combined), since CNY, they don’t.

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