Shanghai (Gasgoo)- China's emerging EV maker Dearcc announced recently that the cumulative sales of the Dearcc EV10, Dearcc's first A0 class pure electric vehicle, reached more than 1,000 units. By far, Dearcc has become the first emerging automaker who is able to realize mass sales.
About one half of the EV10's sales come from private consumers, while part of the sales come from sharing service companies, according to Xiang Dongping, board of director and chief marketing officer (CMO) of Dearcc.
The EV10 was launched at the eve of the Auto Guangzhou 2017. Positioned as a urban transportation tool, the EV10 has a range of 155km with the highest speed of 102km/h. Besides, the model can sprint from 0-50km in 5.9 seconds. After the subsidies, the EV10 is priced between RMB 59,800 and RMB 67,800.
One month after the Auto Guangzhou 2017, nearly 100 units of the EV10 had been registered. Sales network had been widely spread across China in Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, Guangdong, Zhejiang and Fujian.
Dearcc boasts a completed system and a talented R&D team. Besides, it has established strategic partnership with Soueast Motor, builds its own factory, as well as completes the establishment of an ecological chain covering sales channel, technologies, aftersales maintenance and charging services. Dearcc also initiates a service platform, providing lifelong service for customers.
By far, only a few emerging EV makers have delivered their cars, like Xpeng Motors, Yudo and Dearcc. Dearcc's deliveries of over 1,000 units marked a milestone in the development of emerging automakers.
Industry insiders believed that the emerging EV makers' development will enter a new stage as the deliveries starts. It is inevitable to see the knocking out of some weak competitors.
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