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Li Auto stories account deliveries for August; Chinese EV brands on video display to hit third-quarter guidance

Pictured here is a Nio pop-up retailer in Shanghai, China, on Aug. 4, 2023.

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BEIJING — Chinese electric car companies Nio, Xpeng and Li Auto delivered adequate vehicles in August to withhold hobble with their third quarter guidance.

That is in accordance with bulletins from the three companies, which are all listed in the U.S.

Li Auto again remained sooner than the pack with deliveries of 34,914 vehicles in August. That is above the diversity of 33,333 to 34,333 month-to-month deliveries forecast for the third quarter.

The company also delivered about 800 more vehicles in August than in July. Its vehicles are no longer pure electric vehicles since they arrive with a fuel tank to lengthen the battery’s range.

Nio acknowledged it delivered 19,329 vehicles in August, more than 1,000 fewer than in July but above the diversity of 18,300 to 19,000 month-to-month deliveries the company had forecast for the July to September length.

Xpeng remained some distance at the wait on of, with 13,690 electric car deliveries in August, after handing over about 11,000 vehicles the prior month.

Staunch over half of deliveries for August had been of the company’s contemporary G6 coupe SUV, launched in tiring June. Xpeng acknowledged cumulative deliveries of the G6 discover surpassed 11,000 devices.

The company forecasts general month-to-month deliveries between 13,000 and 13,667 vehicles for the third quarter.

Last week, Xpeng acknowledged it modified into procuring Didi’s trim car resources to map a mass market electric car for open next year. Nio also acknowledged it plans to enter the mass market under a separate “Alps” set in the 2nd half of next year.

Chinese electric car monumental BYD already operates in the mass market, and is expanding into the highest price label range.

BYD acknowledged it sold 145,627 purely battery-powered passenger vehicles in August, up from 134,783 vehicles sold in that category in July.

China’s quick-rising electric car market stays highly aggressive.

Remark-owned GAC’s Aion electric car set acknowledged it delivered 52,057 vehicles in August — scheme more than any of the three startups talked about above. Aion sells both top price-priced vehicles and much less costly devices with label tags of about $20,000.

In July, China Passenger Car Association recordsdata confirmed that BYD, Aion and Li Auto surpassed Tesla China when it comes to month-to-month retail sales.

Elon Musk’s Tesla announced Friday a brand contemporary, more costly version of its Model 3 car with a protracted utilizing range.

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