XPeng delivered a record 15,613 units in November, meeting the company's previously mentioned target of 15,000 units for single-month deliveries.
That's up 270 percent year-on-year and up 54 percent from 10,138 units in October, the company announced today.
XPeng P7 delivered 7,839 units in November, up 187 percent year-on-year and up 30 percent from October.
XPeng G3 series models delivered 5,620 units in November, up 54 percent from October.
XPeng P5, which launched scale deliveries in October, delivered 2,154 units in November, up 393 percent from 437 in October.
From January to November, XPeng's cumulative deliveries reached 82,155 units, up 285 percent year-on-year.
By the end of November this year, the cumulative historical deliveries of XPeng vehicles exceeded 120,000 units.
XPeng's previous guidance for Q4 deliveries was 34,500-36,500 units, and it delivered 25,751 units in October and November combined, meaning it is expected to deliver 8,749-10,749 units in December
XPeng's new sedan, the P5, went on sale on September 15 with a subsidized price range of RMB 157,900 ($24,500) to RMB 223,900.
The company delivered 244 units of the P5 in September and 437 units of the model in October.
At the Guangzhou Auto Show, which opened on November 19, XPeng officially unveiled the G9 SUV, its fourth model and the first after its brand refresh.
XPeng said the G9 is the company's first vehicle designed directly for the international market, meeting both Chinese and international standards in terms of vehicle safety.
The XPeng G9 is China's first production vehicle based on the 800V high-voltage SiC platform and can get a range of more than 200 kilometers on a five-minute charge, the company said.
The G9 is expected to be officially launched in the fourth quarter of next year, and pricing information is currently unknown.
XPeng monthly vehicle delivery data