In the January-May period, Zeekr delivered 32,013 vehicles, up 117.66 percent from a year earlier. The company is targeting about 140,000 deliveries this year.
Zeekr, Geely's premium electric vehicle (EV) brand, delivered 8,678 vehicles in May, up 100.42 percent from 4,330 in the same month last year and up 7.12 percent from 8,101 in April, according to data released today.
This is Zeekr's fourth sequential increase in monthly deliveries, after a big drop in deliveries in January due to a plant shutdown for upgrades.
In the January-May period, Zeekr delivered 32,013 vehicles, up 117.66 percent from 14,708 units in the same period last year, and the company is targeting to double its full-year deliveries this year to about 140,000 units compared to 2022.
By the end of May, Zeekr's cumulative deliveries since its inception stood at 109,961 vehicles, data monitored by CnEVPost showed.
Zeekr is currently delivering the Zeekr 001 shooting brake as well as the Zeekr 09 MPV, for which the company does not release breakout figures.
The average order amount for the Zeekr 001 is RMB 336,000 ($47,290) and RMB 527,000 for the Zeekr 009, it said.
The Zeekr 001 is currently offered in four versions with starting prices of RMB 300,000, RMB 300,000, RMB 349,000 and RMB 386,000, respectively. The Zeekr 009 is currently offered in two versions with starting prices of RMB 499,000 and RMB 588,000, respectively.
Zeekr was officially established as an independent company in March 2021, and its first model, the Zeekr 001, was launched on April 15, 2021, with deliveries beginning in October 2021.
On November 1, 2022, Zeekr's second model, the Zeekr 009 MPV, was launched, and its deliveries began on January 15.
On April 12, Zeekr launched its third model, the Zeekr X, which it hopes will become the benchmark for luxury compact cars.
The Zeekr X comes in three versions, one starting at RMB 189,800 and the other two at RMB 209,800.
The Zeekr X is taking reservations and deliveries will begin in June, with the model aiming to deliver 40,000 units this year.
($1 = RMB 7.1057)