The all-electric compact car, which looks a bit like the Honda Fit, has accumulated sales of 19,582 units since its launch in August.
Four months after its launch as the first model of BYD's e-platform 3.0, the Dolphin has become one of the most popular electric vehicles (EVs) among Chinese consumers.
Figures released Friday by BYD show that the all-electric compact EV, which looks a bit like the Honda Fit, sold 8,809 units in November, up 46 percent from 6,018 units in October.
It was the fourth month since the model's launch, with cumulative sales of 19,582 units since August.
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BYD officially launched the Dolphin at the Chengdu Auto Show on August 29, with a subsidized price of RMB 93,800 ($14,660) - RMB 121,800.
The model is available in four versions, with the lowest priced version having a range of 301 kilometers. It has a power battery capacity of 30.7 kWh and is priced at RMB 93,800 after subsidies.
The two versions in the middle of the price range both have a range of 405 km, a power battery capacity of 44.9 kWh and a post-subsidy price of RMB 103,800 and RMB 108,800 respectively.
The highest-priced version has a range of 401 km and a power battery capacity of 44.9kWh, with a post-subsidy price of RMB 121,800.
The Dolphin is also the first model in BYD's Ocean lineup, using the ocean aesthetic design concept for the first time, and the first model to have BYD's new logo.
The e-platform 3.0 was unveiled by BYD at the Shanghai Auto Show on April 19 to create the next generation of high-performance smart EVs. BYD says its key modules are smaller, lighter, more capable and consume less energy.
The model has a wheelbase of 2,700mm and an axle length ratio of 66.3 percent, giving occupants the space of a B-class car, BYD previously said.
(Image credit: BYD)