On December 1st, multiple automakers disclosed new energy vehicle (NEV) delivery figures for November, and most companies achieved month-on-month and year-over-year growth.
Weeks before China is going to end its subsidies for electric and hybrid cars, multiple new-energy vehicle (NEV) brands are seeing their car deliveries in November soar in the mainland market as customers try to catch the last NEV subsidies.
NIO Inc. (Chinese: 蔚来汽车) delivered 14,178 vehicles in November 2022, increasing by 30.3% year-over-year. The deliveries consisted of 8,003 premium smart electric SUVs including 4,897 ES7s, and 6,175 premium smart electric sedans including 3,207 ET7s and 2,968 ET5s.
Li Auto Inc. (Chinese: 理想汽车) announced that the Company delivered 15,034 vehicles in November 2022, representing a 11.5% year-over-year increase.
XPeng Inc. (Chinese: 小鹏汽车) delivered 5,811 Smart EVs to customers, showing a 14% month-on-month increase. Among which, 1,546 Flagship G9 SUVs were delivered with a 148% month-on-month increase.
HUAWEI AITO (Chinese: 华为问界汽车) delivered 8,260 vehicles including M5, M5 EV and M7. Cumulative deliveries reached 66,000 units.
GAC Aion (Chinese: 广汽埃安) announced that it delivered 28,765 vehicles in November 2022, with a 91% year-over-year increase. Cumulative deliveries from January to November reached 241,149 units, increasing by 128%.
NETA Auto (Chinese: 哪吒汽车) delivered 15,072 vehicles consisting of NETA V, NETA U and NETA S, representing a 51% year-over-year increase.