Chongqing Sokon, whose SF5 model is available in Huawei's channels, sold 3,565 new energy vehicles (NEVs) in August, up 145.69 percent from a year earlier, according to data released by the company Friday.
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The company sold a total of 19,227 vehicles in August, down 15.42 percent from a year earlier, and accumulated 169,821 units this year, up 9.39 percent from a year earlier, the data showed.
Chongqing Sokon produced 3,790 new energy vehicles in August, up 235.70 percent from a year earlier. Its cumulative production of new energy vehicles this year was 21,016 units, up 80.97 percent from a year ago.
The company produced 15,303 vehicles in August, down 23.43 percent year-over-year, and its cumulative production for the year was 177,098 vehicles, up 11.66% year-over-year.
Chongqing Sokon is an integrated automotive manufacturer that develops, manufactures, sells and services passenger cars, commercial vehicles, powertrain and other automotive components.
Chongqing Sokon has existing vehicle brands including Seres, Dongfeng Fengguang, and DFSK, and its main products include SUVs, MPVs, and minivans.
The company has been in the spotlight this year because Huawei announced on April 20 that it had officially started selling cars, with the Seres SF5 it being the first model to enter its channel.
Pang Hai, Chongqing Sokon's vice president, and general manager of sales, revealed in 2020 that Seres, its brand, plans to launch no less than seven new models by 2021.
You can see the raw numbers of Chongqing Sokon NEV sales here: