In the price range of RMB 300,000-500,000, has a market share of nearly 20 percent, it said.

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Li Auto (NASDAQ: LI) saw a milestone in cumulative deliveries of the three L-series models currently on sale.

Li Auto vehicles had more than 5,000 insurance registrations last week, and the L-series models have seen more than 100,000 cumulative deliveries, the automaker announced Wednesday on Weibo.

It took just seven months to reach the milestone since the L-series models were delivered, Li Auto said.

Li Auto's current offerings are all extended-range electric vehicles (EREVs), which have an all-electric range of about 200 kilometers and can be refueled.

The company's first model, the Li ONE, which was discontinued last year, had accumulated 203,925 deliveries by the end of January, according to data monitored by CnEVPost.

The first model in Li Auto's L series is the flagship Li L9, which was launched on June 21, 2022 and began deliveries on August 30 last year.

From September last year to February this year, Li L9 accumulated 54,268 units delivered, according to data monitored by CnEVPost from Li Auto and China Passenger Car Association (CPCA).

On September 30, 2022, Li Auto launched the Li L8, the second model in its L series. Deliveries of the Li L8 began on November 10, with cumulative deliveries of 29,773 units as of the end of February.

On February 8, Li Auto launched the Li L7, and deliveries of the model began on March 11.

Insurance registrations for Li Auto vehicles were 5,081 for the week of March 20 to March 26, the company announced yesterday, in line with CnEVPost's report on Tuesday.

In the price range of RMB 300,000 ($43,480)-500,000, Li Auto has close to 20 percent market share as the luxury SUV brand of choice for families, it said.

Li Auto delivered the Li L9, Li L8 and Li L7 to three owners at its Beijing delivery center on March 24, bringing cumulative deliveries to more than 300,000 units.

Li Auto is expected to announce its March deliveries on April 1, having delivered 15,141 and 16,620 vehicles in January and February, respectively.

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Li Auto sees cumulative deliveries exceed 300,000 units