This is a new high for WM Motor's single-month deliveries, but only two more than the 5,025 units delivered in October.
(Graphic by CnEVPost)
WM Motor delivered 5,027 vehicles in November, a 67 percent increase year-on-year and another single-month sales record, the Chinese electric vehicle startup announced today.
But compared to October's 5,025 units, WM Motor's deliveries in November were up just two units.
From January to November, WM Motor sales reached 39,095 units, climbing 96.4 percent year-on-year, the company said.
Since deliveries began in late September 2018, WM Motor has sold more than 83,000 units in total, according to the company.
As one of China's most talked-about new car makers, WM Motor has been questioned earlier this year for falling behind its peers after it stopped publishing sales figures.
In July, the company broke the silence, saying it sold 4,007 units in June, a 97.6 percent increase from a year earlier.
WM Motor currently offers three models - W6, EX5-Z and EX6 Plus - with subsidized starting prices of RMB 169,800, RMB 149,800 and RMB 279,900 respectively.
On October 2, the company announced the highly anticipated M7, its first sedan, which presents a controversial look while offering superb hardware features.
Positioned as a mid-size coupe, the model comes with top-of-the-line hardware available, including most notably three LiDARs, making it the first model announced by a car company with three of that component so far.
WM Motor said the M7 will be delivered in production in 2022, and no pricing information for the model was announced.