That means Leapmotor has delivered 7,038 vehicles so far this month. The company delivered 12,058 vehicles in May.
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Leapmotor has reached 200,000 cumulative deliveries since its inception, the Zhejiang-based new energy vehicle (NEV) maker announced today.
The company delivered 12,058 vehicles in May, up 19.75 percent from 10,069 in the same month last year and up 38.18 percent from 8,726 in April, according to information it announced earlier this month.
By the end of May, Leapmotor had delivered 192,962 vehicles since its inception, data monitored by CnEVPost showed. Today's milestone means that Leapmotor has delivered 7,038 vehicles so far this month.
Founded in 2015, Leapmotor's models on sale include the mini vehicle T03, the coupe model S01, the flagship SUV model C11, and the flagship sedan C01.
The C11, which went on sale on September 29, 2021, and the C01, which went on sale on September 28, 2022, are Leapmotor's flagship models, targeting the RMB 150,000 ($20,900) to 300,000 range.
On March 1 this year, Leapmotor officially launched the C11 extended-range electric vehicle (EREV), banking on the model's targeting a larger market to turn around weak sales performance.
The company's previous sales were mainly contributed by the inexpensive electric vehicle T03, which has led Leapmotor to be seen as a budget EV maker. The model's current starting price range is RMB 59,900 to RMB 89,900.
Leapmotor's higher-priced C11 EREV is priced from RMB 149,800 to RMB 185,800. The C11's all-electric version starts at RMB 155,800 to RMB 219,800.
Its flagship sedan, the C01, has a price range of RMB 149,800 to RMB 228,800.
In late March, Leapmotor management said the company is targeting 200,000 units in 2023, nearly doubling its sales from 2022.
Leapmotor delivered 111,168 vehicles in 2022, up 157.80 percent from 43,121 units in 2021.
($1 = RMB 7.1760)