BYD Han sales reached 8,214 units in May, essentially unchanged from 8,177 units in April, according to figures released by the new energy vehicle company backed by legendary US investor Warren Buffett.
The Han EV sales were 5,763 units and the Han DM sales were 2,451 units.
By the end of May 2021, BYD Han's cumulative sales exceeded 80,000 units to 84,401.
As a Chinese brand mid-size C-segment sedan, the BYD Han is priced between RMB 219,800 and 279,500 ($34,374-4,3711).
The Han EV has an average sales price of RMB 260,000 yuan or more, and the Han top model accounts for 60 percent of overall sales, BYD said.
Among Han owners, 67 percent are already owners of luxury or ultra-luxury cars, with a large proportion of people with high education and high income.
A total of 72 percent of Han owners are distributed in first and second-tier cities such as Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Hangzhou and Xi'an.
BYD announced on May 19 that its one millionth new energy vehicle officially rolled off the production line, making it the first Chinese car company to cross this historic threshold in new energy vehicle sales.
BYD's one millionth new energy vehicle is the Han EV. Lawrence Ho, son of the late Macau gambling king Stanley Ho, became the car's owner.