Correction: Fixed the error in the last chart.
NIO was 2,000 units last week, higher than the previous week's 1,500 units. From June 1 to June 18 NIO sales were 4,800 units.
In the week of June 12 to June 18, Li Auto (NASDAQ: LI) sold 7,800 vehicles, continuing to lead the pack among China's new car makers, the company said today on Weibo, although the figure was lower than the 8,400 units it sold the week before.
Li Auto has sold 19,800 units this month as of June 18, and the company will aim to achieve more than 30,000 monthly sales in June, it said.
Li Auto didn't explain what the weekly sales were based on, but apparently, they were insurance registrations. The company had suspended sharing those numbers in May, but has since resumed sharing them.
Li Auto delivered 28,277 vehicles in May, up 145.97 percent year-on-year and up 10.11 percent from April, the third consecutive month to exceed the 20,000-unit mark.
Li Auto's current least expensive model, the five-seat Li L7, achieved its second consecutive month of more than 10,000 deliveries in May, the company said on June 1.
At Li Auto's Family Tech Day event on June 17, the Li L7 sold more than 1,000 units in a single day for the first time, the company's founder, chairman, and CEO Li Xiang said on June 18.
From June 1 to June 18, Tesla sold 40,600 units in China, the highest number of vehicles, including internal combustion engine vehicles, for premium brands.
NIO (NYSE: NIO) was 2,000 units last week, up from 1,500 units the week before.
Between June 1 and June 18, NIO sold 4,800 units.
NIO officially launched the new ES6 on May 24 and rolled out the ET5 Touring on June 15.
The company had produced some of the vehicles in the designer-recommended configuration combinations for quick delivery prior to the launch of both models.
XPeng (NYSE: XPEV) was at 1,600 units last week, up from 1,500 units the week before.
Between June 1 and June 18, XPeng sold 3,800 units.
XPeng began pre-sales of the new SUV G6 on June 9, with pre-sale prices starting at RMB 225,000 ($31,360), significantly lower than the Tesla Model Y's starting price of RMB 263,900 in China.
The G6 received more than 25,000 orders within 72 hours of the start of the pre-sale, XPeng announced on Weibo on June 12.
The G6 show cars are already available at XPeng stores, and the model will be officially launched on June 29 with deliveries starting in July, the company previously said.
Zeekr sold 1,900 units last week, up from 1,500 units the week before. Between June 1 and June 18, Zeekr sold 4,300 units, according to figures shared by Li Auto.
Zeekr launched its third model, the Zeekr X, on April 12, and its deliveries began on June 12.
Leapmotor sold 3,100 units last week, up from 3,000 units the week before. The company sold 7,600 units from June 1 to June 18.
Earlier today, Leapmotor said it saw cumulative deliveries reach 200,000 units.
Neta sold 1,900 units last week, unchanged from the previous week. Between June 1 and June 18, Neta sales were 4,700 units.
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