That delivery volume included 5,037 SUVs, and 7,120 sedans.

delivered 12,157 vehicles in February, up 42.92 percent from 8,506 in January and up 98.29 percent from 6,131 in the same month last year, figures it released today show.

That delivery volume included 5,037 SUVs, and 7,120 sedans.

As of February 28, 2023, NIO's cumulative vehicle deliveries reached 310,219 units.

NIO App is currently showing eight models, including the ES8, ES6 and EC6 based on the NT 1.0 platform, and the new ES8, ES7, EC7, ET7 and ET5 based on the NT 2.0 platform.

The company is currently transitioning its NT 1.0 platform models to the NT 2.0 platform for a better cockpit experience and assisted driving capabilities.

On February 2, local media reported that NIO was offering significant discounts on some models to boost sales.

NIO later clarified that this was its move to dispose of a small number of inventory vehicles, but the discounts were not as high as the reports mentioned.

The company released its official purchase discount program on February 3, including subsidies for the purchase of its NT 1.0 platform models, additional discounts for stock cars and small cash discounts for the purchases of NT 2.0 platform models.

On February 15, rumors surfaced that NIO was about to discontinue its NT 1.0 platform-based products and that the inventory cars would be sold to a particular entity.

NIO later said that these rumors were false, but that the company's older models were indeed being withdrawn from the market as planned.

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