Russian car market dominated by Chinese brands including Li Auto

Chinese brands including Li Auto dominate Russian sales this year. 9 out of top 10 brands are Chinese. Chery, Geely and Haval do very well.

Li Auto surpasses 700,000 cumulative sales

Li Auto becomes the first Chinese EV startup to sell more than 700,000 cars cumulatively. The brand aims for sales this year of 800,000 alone.

Great Wall Motor has a bumper January

Great Wall Motor has a good start to 2024 with January sales.

Top-Selling car brands in January 2024 in China – VW overtook BYD to become No. 1

Volkswagen ended BYD's 11-month streak as the car sales champion in the Chinese market and became the sales champion this month.

BYD sold 217 EVs in Japan in January, accounting for 20% of imported EV sales

In January, BYD's EVs sales surged in Japan, showcasing the growing demand for imported EVs and expanding market presence.

Zeekr delivered 12,537 units in January, up 302% YoY

Zeekr's January delivery surge reflects its market growth and commitment to safety, with a 2024 sales target of 230,000 units.

Aito, supported by Huawei, delivered 32,973 units, up 6.3 times YoY

AITO, with Huawei's support, achieved a record-breaking month, highlighting innovation in smart mobility and autonomous driving technology.

China exported 5.22 million cars, worth 101.6 billion USD, in 2023, ranking first in the world.

China's overall exports declined, but vehicle exports increased significantly in 2023. Vehicle exports have made significant contributions to China's economic growth.

Russia’s new car sales increased by 69% in 2023, and Chinese brands already account for 47%

Russia's new car sales are recovering rapidly after the sanctions and have reached 64% of the level before the Russia-Ukraine conflict.

Top-Selling car brands in 2023 in China, BYD surpassed Volkswagen and won the championship for the first time

Although the overall market grew by more than 5%, ICE sales fell by more than 6% due to the impact of EVs and PHEVs.
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