Shanghai (Gasgoo)- Chinese automaker BYD Company Limited (BYD) said its sales reached 47,913 units in September and totaled 351,571 units for the first nine months. Its PV sales jumped 38% year on year (YoY) to 45,029 units among which 25,019 units were new energy PVs, a remarkable YoY jump of 121%.
The sales of BYD's new energy PVs rose from 18,203 units in July to 25,019 units in September. For the first three quarters, the automaker saw its NEV sales aggregate 143,418 units, accounting for 40.79% of the total year-to-date (YTD) sales.
With regard to the sales in September of each model, the sales of the all-new BYD Tang SUV amounted to 10,435 units and orders for the model has by far exceeded 35,000 units. The sales of the BYD Song MAX MPV reached 10,009 units, outnumbering 10,000 units for 11 consecutive months. The all-new BYD Song compact SUV and the Yuan EV360 SUV had sales of 6,303 units and 5,008 units respectively. Additionally, the deliveries of the BYD Qin and Qin pro totaled 6,076 units.
It is expected that the automaker will see its NEV sales quickly climb onward with the capacity of the newly-launched all-new BYD Song and Qin Pro increasingly growing up. BYD reportedly plans to roll out such NEV products as the BYD Song MAX DM and the all-new Tang EV 500 before 2018 ends.
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