From January to November, Neta delivered a total of 144,278 vehicles, up 142.3 percent year-on-year.
Neta Auto, the electric vehicle brand of Chinese carmaker Hozon Auto, delivered 15,072 vehicles in November, up 50.5 percent from 10,013 units a year earlier but down 16.3 percent from 18,016 units in October, figures released today show.
In the January-November period, Neta delivered a total of 144,278 vehicles, up 142.3 percent from 59,547 units in the same period last year, data monitored by CnEVPost shows.
Neta is targeting mainly the budget EV market, with the Neta V and Neta U currently in delivery priced at around RMB 100,000 ($14,150).
On October 10, Neta officially launched the Neta U-II electric SUV in China as the successor to the Neta U.
All versions of the Neta U-Ⅱ, except for the least expensive U-Ⅱ 400 Lite, have a smart cockpit powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8155 chip, a high-end chip previously used only in models priced over RMB 300,000.
On July 31, Neta officially launched its flagship sedan, the Neta S, with a price range of RMB 199,800 - 338,800. Deliveries of the model began on November 30.
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On October 28, Neta announced a partnership with Nvidia to equip future models with the Nvidia DRIVE Orin computing platform.
Neta S is equipped with Huawei's MDC610 computing platform, and Neta U-II uses Horizon Robotics' Journey 3 chip.
Neta currently has 360 service centers in China covering more than 220 cities, the company said in a press release announcing the start of Neta S deliveries yesterday.