Shanghai (Gasgoo)- BYD delivered 48,497 new vehicles in October, which made its Jan-Oct sales grow to 400,068 units, according to the company's sales report.
Last month, BYD sold 20,830 fossil fuel-powered vehicles, among which 3,583 units were cars, 7,231 units were SUVs and 10,016 units were MPV. BYD said the sales of the Song MAX skyrocketed 148% year on year (YoY) to 10,016 units, exceeding 10,000 units for 12 consecutive months. For the first ten months, the company saw its fuel-burning vehicle sales aggregate 228,983 units.
The NEV sales were 27,667 units in October, among which 26,066 units were new energy PVs with an impressive YoY jump of 121%. The hottest seller should be the BYD Tang whose sales reached 10,049 units last month, topping 10,000 units for 3 months in a row. In addition, the sales of the BYD Qin family were 7,226 units in October and totaled 150,000 units since it hit the market. The e-platform-based Yuan EV360 has cumulated sales over 21,490 units after it went on sales at the end of May.
By the end of September, BYD has delivered 171,085 NEVs so far this year, with less than 30,000 units to be completed in terms of the 200,000-unit sales target.
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