FAW-Volkswagen's ID. lineup, which includes the ID.4 CROZZ and ID.6 CROZZ, has sold more than 20,000 units since their launches.

FAW-Volkswagen's ID. series sold 5,684 units in Oct, up 11% from Sept-CnEVPost

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FAW-Volkswagen, one of German auto giant Volkswagen's joint ventures in China, sold 5,684 units of its ID. series in October, up about 11 percent from September, data released by the company on Monday showed.

The Volkswagen ID. family currently sold in China includes the ID.3, ID.4 and ID.6 models, produced at its joint ventures in China, SAIC-Volkswagen and FAW-Volkswagen, respectively.

The SAIC-Volkswagen ID. family models are the ID.4X and ID.6X, while at FAW-Volkswagen they are the ID.4 CROZZ and ID.6 CROZZ.

The ID.3 was officially launched in China on October 22, becoming the third ID. series offered by the company in China, which are only produced by SAIC-Volkswagen.

FAW-Volkswagen announced Monday that sales of the ID. series are the sum of the two SUV models, ID.4 CROZZ and ID.6 CROZZ.

To date, cumulative sales of the ID. CROZZ models have exceeded 20,000 units since its launch, the company said.

Deliveries of the ID.4 CROZZ, FAW-Volkswagen's first all-electric SUV, began at the end of March, and deliveries of the ID.6 CROZZ began at the end of July.

FAW-Volkswagen has only announced monthly sales of both models since July, showing they sold a total of 16,504 units from July to October.

Figures released by Volkswagen last week show that the ID. family of electric cars sold 12,736 units in China in October, up 25.8 percent from 10,126 units in September.

That means SAIC-Volkswagen's ID. family of vehicles sold 7,052 units in October.

Volkswagen said last week that deliveries of the ID.3 reached 1,255 units in October, meaning the combined October sales of the ID.4X and ID.6X were 5,797 units.

Volkswagen ID. family sold 12,736 units in China in Oct, up 25.8% from Sept