had sales of 4,100 units last week, up 28.13 percent from 3,200 units the week before.

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Nio's (NYSE: NIO) new ES6 has a slightly longer wait time in China, while the three other models are slightly shorter.

Customers locking in orders for the Nio ES6 are now expected to get deliveries in 3-6 weeks, slightly higher than the previous 3-4 weeks, information from the Nio App monitored by CnEVPost shows.

Nio officially launched the new ES6, its lowest-priced SUV, in China on May 24, with a current starting price of RMB 338,000 ($46,800), and its deliveries began on the night of the launch.

The last change in the Nio ES6 wait time was on June 26, when it went from about 5 weeks to 3-4 weeks.

Wait times for both the Nio ES7 SUV as well as the ET7 sedan both changed to 6-7 weeks today, slightly lower than the previous 6-8 weeks.

Nio launched the ES7 on June 15, 2022, with the first delivery on August 28, 2022.

The ES7 is Nio's second model based on the NT 2.0 platform after the ET7 sedan, and the first SUV on this second-generation platform, with a starting price of RMB 438,000 including battery.

Originally launched at the Nio Day 2020 event on January 9, 2021, the Nio ET7 is the company's first sedan, with deliveries beginning on March 28, 2022.

On the first day of the Shanghai auto show on April 18, Nio launched the 2023 ET7, with prices currently starting at RMB 428,000. Deliveries of the new ET7 began on May 19.

On June 26, the wait time for both the ES7 and ET7 went from about 3 weeks to 6-8 weeks.

The latest wait time for the ET5 Touring is about 3 weeks, slightly lower than the previous 3-4 weeks.

Nio officially launched the ET5 Touring in China on June 15 with the same price as the regular ET5, starting at RMB 298,000.

ET5 Touring deliveries in China started on June 15.

Nio delivered 10,707 vehicles in June, up 73.96 percent from 6,155 in May, although down 17.39 percent from 12,961 in the same month last year, according to figures it announced on July 1.

Last week -- June 26 to July 2 -- Nio sold 4,100 units, up 28.13 percent from 3,200 units the week before, according to data shared by (NASDAQ: LI) yesterday.

($1 = RMB 7.2218)

Data table: Latest wait times for Nio models after Jul 5 changes

(Screenshots on July 5, 2023)