's Han DM series sold 11,250 units in May, while Han EV was 12,684 units.

BYD (OTCMKTS: BYDDY, HKG: 1211) today announced that it sold 114,943 vehicles in May, its third consecutive month of more than 100,000 units, bringing its cumulative sales of new energy vehicles (NEVs) to more than 2 million units.

The company then released the breakdown data for each model on its Weibo, allowing us to see how the different product pipelines are performing.

BYD's flagship Han family of sedans sold 23,934 units in May, up 191.38 percent from 8,214 units a year ago and 78.33 percent from 13,421 units in April.

Sales of the plug-in hybrid Han DM series rose 359 percent in May from a year earlier, BYD said, without disclosing specific figures.

But the company previously announced data showing BYD Han sales of 8,214 units in May last year, including 5,763 Han EV sales and 2,451 Han DM sales.

That means the Han DM series sold 11,250 units and the Han EV 12,684 units in May this year.

The BYD Han was originally launched in July 2020, when it was offered in an all-electric version, the Han EV, as well as a plug-in hybrid model, the Han DM.

BYD launched the Han DM-i and Han DM-p models on April 10 on top of the Han DM, with a combined range of up to 1,300 km.

The Dolphin, the first model of BYD's all-electric e-Platform 3.0, sold 6,430 units in May, down 46.59 percent from 12,040 units in April.

BYD's Tang SUV sold 8,449 units in May, with Tang EV sales up 269 percent year-on-year, the company said.

On June 1, BYD's 2022 Tang EV went on sale, offering three models with a subsidized price range of RMB 279,800-339,800 and a maximum range of 730 kilometers.

The BYD Song family sold 31,989 units in May, with Song DM sales up 779.4 percent year-on-year, BYD said, without disclosing specific figures.

The Qin family sedan sold 20,753 units in May, with sales of the Qin PLUS EV up 109.9 percent year-on-year.

The Yuan family sold 13,333 units in May, with Yuan Plus sales up 13.9 percent from April.

BYD Destroyer 05 sold 4,558 units in May, up 123.4 percent from April.

BYD's e-series models sold 3,900 units in May, up 156.7 percent from April.