Car and City: Beijing Jan. 2022 registrations of new passenger vehicles
Beijing (Gasgoo)- In the first month of 2022, Beijing’s domestically-made passenger vehicle registrations saw a double-digit decline from December 2021, especially new energy vehicle (NEV) registrations, according to data compiled by Gasgoo Auto Research Institute (GARI).
In January 2022, there were 44,238 locally-made passenger vehicles registered in Beijing, representing a 19.98% decrease from a month ago. German auto brands remained in the lead with 5,231 Volkswagen vehicles registered, and BMW followed in second place with 3,856 vehicles registered. Only two domestic auto brands made the top ten list, namely BYD and Hongqi.
Luxury vehicles were much more popular in the capital city in January. Of all the vehicle models registered in Beijing in January, four came up over 1,000 units, namely the Benz GLC, the 3 and 5 series from BMW, and the BMW X3 SUV.
On the other hand, Beijing registrations of locally-made new energy vehicles almost halved month over month. In January, there were 7,231 NEVs registered in the city, accounting for 16.34% of the city’s total registrations and falling 47% from the previous month.
With 686 registrations, Tesla’s Model Y won the title of most registered new energy vehicle model in January. BYD’s Song PLUS EV came second, with 550 vehicles registered. Notably, aside from Tesla, there was only one other foreign brand on the January top ten list, namely Volkswagen and its ID.4 CROZZ model.
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