Cumulative sales of Han family models reached 505,062 units and Tang family reached 501,662 units.

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BYD's (OTCMKTS: BYDDY) two flagship models have both sold more than 500,000 units since their launch, putting combined sales over the 1 million mark.

Cumulative sales of BYD's flagship Han family of sedan models reached 505,062 units and cumulative sales of its flagship Tang family of SUVs reached 501,662 units, bringing total sales of the two models to more than 1 million units, the new energy vehicle (NEV) maker announced today.

The BYD brand's product array includes the Dynasty and Ocean series, with the Han and Tang being models in the Dynasty lineup, which includes both plug-in hybrid and pure electric versions.

The company launched the first-generation Han model in July 2020 and they see cumulative sales of more than 100,000 units in July 2021, according to data monitored by CnEVPost.

On March 16, BYD made the 2023 Han EV available, and on May 18, the hybrid Han DM-i and Han DM-p variants were launched.

BYD sold 240,220 NEVs in May, with Han family models contributing 20,387 units, down 14.82 percent year-on-year but up 42.28 percent from April.

From January to May, the Han family of models sold 71,784 units, up 63.72 percent year-on-year.

The BYD Tang originally debuted at the 2014 Beijing auto show and began production in 2015.

The Tang family of models sold 11,871 units in May, up 40.50 percent year-on-year and up 0.95 percent from April.

From January to May, Tang sold 56,682 units, an increase of 18.85 percent year-on-year.

BYD made the 2023 Tang DM-i available on March 16.

Both BYD Han and Tang family models target the mainstream market in the price range of RMB 200,000 ($28,090) - 300,000.

($1 = RMB 7.1197)